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Intelligence officers’ responsibility round the clock: FELINE: The Tribune India

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Ramkrishan Upadhyay

Chandigarh, November 1

While observing that the responsibility of an intelligence officer is not a regular one and he needs to stay watchful and gather details round the clock, the Chandigarh Bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal (FELINE) has actually quashed an order of the Intelligence Bureau Head Office, Delhi, by which it had actually declined an application of an Assistant Intelligence Officer looking for special needs pension.

The head office declined the application of the officer on the ground that there was no evidence that the officer got hurt throughout service. Pawan Kumar Sharma (65 ), in the application submitted prior to feline through supporter Karnail Singh, stated he supervised of the Tawang station as Assistant Director.

On October 19, 2016, he got an intimation that a person of the casual contacts was awaiting him in the Tawang market. He left the workplace for the marketplace. En route, he slipped and fell under a drain. His ideal knee was hurt however in the lack of appropriate federal government medical centers in the hill location, he took the injury gently. On October 24, 2016, he was confessed to Guwahati Neurological Research Study Centre. However due to some logistical issues, he was released on November 17, 2016. Throughout admission to the centre, he was superannuated on October 30, 2016.

He moved to New Delhi and got confessed to Sri Ganga Ram Healthcare Facility, New Delhi. The healthcare facility medical professionals recommended for the amputation of his ideal leg. Eventually, his leg was cut off in January, 2017. He was stated an individual with 80% long-term special needs.

The department stated the candidate had neither taped anything about the check out in the workplace nor sent any report on that day.

Karnail Singh argued the summary of the responsibilities and goals of the Intelligence Bureau specified that to fulfill the goals, every officer needed to be watchful like a hawk round the clock and stay in touch with the regional public.

Ramesh Singh Thakur, a member of feline, observes in view of the service conditions and responsibilities appointed to intelligence officers, today initial application is permitted and it is held that the injury has actually been triggered to the candidate throughout the course of his service, which is covered under the responsibilities to be carried out based on authorities order. Appropriately, the letter released by the participant is quashed and reserved and the candidate is held entitled to special needs pension.

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