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CONSULTATION WITH CVC

August 13, 2010

RBV No.15/2006    Sub: Consultation with CVC –

Government of India
Ministry of Railways
(Railway Board)

No. 2006/V-1/CVC/1/7 New Delhi, dated August 11, 2006
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Routing of the case through the
competent Disciplinary Authority at the time of seeking
2nd stage advice of CVC.
In a case, arising out of Vigilance investigations, a Junior Scale
Group ‘A’ officer was involved. The GM concerned, who was the
Disciplinary Authority of the delinquent, but was not competent to impose
upon him a major penalty, while furnishing his provisional views at the time
of seeking 2nd stage advice of CVC, recommended imposition of a major
penalty.
2. In agreement with the recommendations of the Disciplinary Authority
(General Manager), the CVC recommended imposition of major penalty.
Since the DA (General Manager), in this case, was not competent to
impose any of the major penalties, the case was remitted to the competent
Disciplinary Authority viz. the Railway Board, for imposition of the major
penalty.
3. The competent Disciplinary Authority (Concerned Board Member)
opined that ends of justice would be met by imposition of a stiff minor
penalty and referred the case to CVC for reconsideration of its 2nd stage
advice.

4. The CVC agreed with the views of the competent Disciplinary
Authority (Concerned Board Member) for imposition of a stiff minor penalty
and advised that in cases, where GM is the Disciplinary Authority, but the
penalty proposed at the time of seeking its 2nd stage advice is within the
competence of Railway Board, the case should be routed through the
competent Disciplinary Authority i.e. Railway Board, before sending to
CVC, to avoid recurrence of such instances.
5. It is desired that these instructions should be followed scrupulously
at the time of seeking 2nd stage advice of CVC.
(Sanjay Goel)
Director Vigilance (M)
Railway Board

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