Telangana Principal Priest K Chandrasekhar Rao composed a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi advising the Centre to go down the proposed modifications to the IAS Cadre Policy.

Telangana Principal Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi prompting the Centre to drop the suggested changes to the IAS Staff Policy.

In his letter to PM Modi, Rao expressed strong protest against the recommended changes to the All India Provider (Staff) Rules, 1954. The primary priest said, “the proposed modifications count against the government framework of the constitution, both in letter and also spirit.”.

The recommended modifications in the IAS Cadre Policy will reportedly take away the power of states to bypass the Centre’s demand seeking police officers on the main deputation.

” The proposed modification looks for to unilaterally disrupt the above position, with the Central Federal government presuming the power to take officers on deputation without the concurrence of the officers or State government concerned. This is an unsafe move which is against the constitutional structure and also the spirit of participating federalism,” composed Rao.

Earlier, non-BJP-ruled states like Kerala, Rajasthan, West Bengal, and Tamil Nadu additionally wrote to the Centre urging it to go down the amendments as they would violate the rights of state governments.

Rao, highly opposing the modifications, wrote that the suggested modifications will certainly additionally seriously deteriorate the All-India Solution personality of the IAS, IPS, and IFS.

According to Rao, if proposed amendments are impacted by the union federal government the state-federal governments would certainly be” reduced to be unimportant entities”. He said that the here and now provisions of IAS Cadre Regulations suffice and also guarantee unified as well balanced implementation of police officers and also required union government to stop from the proposed amendments for administrative justness as well as the federal polity of the constitution.

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Last Updated: 25 Jan 2022