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Consider inspectors for promotion, CAT asks UT

Giving respite to UT police inspectors, the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) today ordered the UT Administration to consider their representation for promotion to the level of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) and convey the orders to the applicants within three months.
Till then, the court has continued the stay on bringing deputationists from other states for the post while disposing of a complaint. The court also said after the order, the stay will continue for 15 days. This technically makes it a stay for 105 days.
In its reply, UT counsel Arvind Moudgil said in the court that a false statement was given by the applicant that the Administration had called a panel from Haryana for the post of DSP. It also told the court that that they were considering the representation of the inspectors.
Inspectors Jaswinder Singh, Uday Pal Singh Rawat, Amarao Singh and Dilsher Singh Chandel had filed the petition through their counsel Rohit Seth in CAT. Inspector Charanjit Singh has already moved the Punjab and Haryana High Court in this regard.
At present, vacancies of four DSPs are pending while two other DSPs have been promoted recently. This makes it six posts of DSP to be filled in the city police force. Earlier, the court had ordered the stay till June 2 and had asked the Administration to file its reply before that.
According to the petitioners, they have been working with the city police for the past many years and as per recruitment rules, they ought to be promoted. It was stated in the petition that in the Chandigarh Police, rules of the Punjab Police were implemented and according to these, there was no provision for bringing officers on deputation. However, despite that the Administration had called DSPs from other states.
It was also stated that earlier also inspectors of the Chandigarh Police had been promoted to the rank of DSP, but the representation was not considered. 

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