IAS, IPS officers sacked in public interest: Jitendra Singh

NEW DELHI: An IAS officer and two IPS officers have been prematurely retired in public interest for being poor performers, Union Minister Jitendra Singh today said.



These officers have been given premature retirement in the last three years based on review of their performance, he said.

A service review is conducted twice for an all-India service officer - first after 15 years and again on 25 years of completion of qualifying service.

"Five IAS officers and two IPS officers of Centre/state governments have been dismissed/removed/compulsorily retired in the last three years.

"In addition to this, one IAS officer and two IPS officers of Centre/state governments have been prematurely retired in public interest in term of Rule 16(3) of All India Services (Death-Cum-Retirement Benefits) Rules-1958, in the last three years," said Singh, Minister of State for Personnel.

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