Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
CVC Disposed of 1272 cases in December 2011 Major Penalty Proceedings Recommened Against 113 Officers
The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) disposed of 1272 cases during December 2011 referred to it for advice. Of these, 1096 complaints were sent for necessary action/ATR whereas 88 complaints were sent for investigation and report. No action was required on 226 complaints.
The Commission advised issuance of sanction for prosecution in respect of 16 officials of various Ministries/Departments/Organizations. Prosecution sanctioned by the Competent Authority in 7 cases during the month which includes two separate cases in respect of one IPS & One IAS officer. It also processed 1836 complaints (including 217 whistle blower complaints) during the month and sought Investigation/Factual report in 68 complaints from the concerned Ministries/Departments/Organisations.
The Commission advised initiation of major penalty proceedings against 113 officials of various Ministries/Departments/Organisations which includes one General Manager of Corporation Bank, one Director of D/o Mines, one Chief Commissioner of Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC) and one Executive Director (ED) of Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL).
The Commission also advised imposition of major penalty against 45 of various Ministries/Departments/Organisations which includes a Chief Engineer of M/o Shipping, a Chief General Manager (CGM) and General Manager (GM) each of Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI), Commissioner of Income Tax of Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), the then Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ministry of Defence and the then Director (HR) of Gas Authority of India (GAIL) under M/o Petroleum & Natural Gas, one General Manager of National Small Industries Corpn. Ltd. and a Chief General Manager and General Manager of South Eastern Coalfields Ltd.
On the advice of the Commission, the Competent Authority has imposed major penalties in respect 60 officials of various Ministries/Departments/Organisations.
Chief Technical Examiners Organisation of the Commission submitted 7 technical examination reports and these examinations resulted in recovery of Rs. 14,82,51,858/- during December, 2011. Thus, the total recoveries effected during the year 2011 works out to Rs. 88.90 crores. Vigilance clearances were accorded for 18 empanelment/board level appointment