Options suggested[ edit ] The Sri Krishna Committee submitted a comprehensive page report after their detailed across the state which included consultations with various political as well as social groups. The Fifth option is to bifurcate the State into Telangana with Hyderabad as its capital and Seemandhra which is to have a new capital city. The Committee noted that "Separation is recommended only in case it is unavoidable and if this decision can be reached amicably amongst all the three regions. Bifurcating the state of Andhra Pradesh into Seemandhra and Telangana regions with both of them developing their own capitals in due course of time.
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Girglani, IAS Retd. A SPF. A Dept. Often these are being used interchangeably without knowing the difference and distinction between them. The Presidential order is based on point 3 of the Six Point Formula. This Chapter also gives the scope of the Report, Viz. Time frame of the Report is 18th October to the present day, covering the entire State. The main causes of deviations are the dynamics of the administrative system sometimes bypassing the Presidential Order, oblivion and ignorance of the Presidential Order and lack of any monitoring or guiding machinery or a nodal agency.
The deviations are arranged in terms of 18 "Deviation Genres" delineated into findings and 35 sets of remedial measures. R E. Most of the deviations in the Findings pertain to expansion of the scope of Heads of Departments and excluded organization to bring into their fold more and more posts to place them outside the Local Cadres.
Thus, the 51 Heads of Departments listed in the Annexure to G. In a few cases, even the staff of the Regional Offices was treated as Head of Department office staff and placed outside the Local Cadres and the Presidential Order. Same was done in the case of some Institutes. The Report has listed out HOD offices who alone are legitimately entitled to exclusion from localization of cadres under item b of Para 14 of the Presidential Order.
Major Development Projects were originally kept out of the Presidential Order. Even posts not used for project works and posts in the projects where work was completed, continue to be labelled as Project Posts for keeping them out of the Local Cadres and out of the Presidential Order. All workcharged establishments of the Projects not engaged in Project Work is kept out of the local cadres. Similarly, the fair share principle for deputations to posts in the excluded organizations laid down in G.
Deputation process has been very often misused. In one Department the Regional Offices were abolished and the posts taken to the Head Office putting them out of the purview of the Presidential Order and Local Cadres. In Drugs Control Department their Regional offices violate Zonal bounds for postings, transfers, seniorities. Some Departments effect inter-zonal transfers in violation of para 5 2 limitations where a Region has more than one Zone within it. Deputation posts may be taken from the City Cadre.
These two should not criss- cross. There are examples of such criss-cross. Direct recruitment, seniorities etc. In some Departments this has not happened. Some of them have even thought that Units of Appointment are Local Cadres. Transfers have been the cause of complaint particularly from Zone-IV.
Government has recently banned transfers. But, this will have some social side-effects in matters of matrimony etc. Essentially the High Court advises strict circumspection. This Commission has suggested some formula to offset the loss of opportunities to the Local candidates through the influx of people coming on transfer and also to contain such influx in Zone-VI and similar areas of influx.
Deputations have proved to be a rather disconcerting source of deviations from the Presidential Order. The fair share principle of para 9 B of the aforesaid G. There are indications of deputations being used as the substitute for transfers and also some undesirable motivations. In the case of Projects, deputations are resorted to even where the posts have ceased to be utilized for Project work and have become departmental posts and also where even the Projects have been completed though not notified as such.
In some cases, all the rules about deputations laid down in the Fundamental Rules and the General Service Rules have been indiscriminately flouted to churn out promotions. From one post multiple promotions have been churn out promotions. From one post multiple promotions have been churned out by sending persons on deputations, filling the same post by promotion and keeping up the chain of promotions and deputations. Deputations from excluded organization to other excluded organizations have curtailed the opportunities of the local candidates which the fair share principle would have provided them.
Deputations as a source of deviations need stringent vigilance. Damage done has to be set-right. Even irregular promotions have been given to people on other duty outside their own local cadres. Instances were found in Irrigation Department. Right from the beginning before and after the promulgation of the Presidential Order to date, workcharged employees have been kept out of the purview of the Presidential Order for no reason at all.
They are "civil posts" in all connotations of this term and the Presidential Order should have been applied to them, but this has not been done.
Till But once the Presidential order was extended to these Projects there was no justification for keeping workcharged establishments outside the Presidential Order in the Projects. In the regular departments right from beginning there was no justification for such exclusion. Today, their number is 40, Surplus staff including a part of the workcharged establishment totalling to 21, has also been kept outside the Presidential Order while absorbing them in regular posts.
Such exclusion is even more unjustifiable. These have to be brought under the Local Cadres. This Chapter also suggests an important principle of immutability of the original local character of a post as it stood on In fact, the third point in Six Point Formula also stipulates first or second gazetted category as may be decided for each department , to be included in the specified gazetted category.
Therefore it is obligatory to act on this stipulation. Presently, many departments first or second gazetted level stands excluded from the specified gazetted category. On the two issues in this Chapter, it is advisable to take immediate action. Immediate action is also called for to stop any further gazetting of non-gazetted posts.
None of the 35 G. Os on the subject stated that in making such appointments Presidential Order should be followed or that only local candidates should be appointed to concerned local Cadres. On the other hand, some of the G. Os carry instructions to the contrary which are in clear contravention of the Presidential Order.
The wrong action taken so far in this regard should be reversed and for the future proper instructions may be issued. City of Hyderabad is by itself the local area for District Cadre posts as well as zonal posts. A third entity, which should be distinguished from these two entities, is the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad. Some wrong postings and promotions have been given due to this mix up. Since, many of the Panchayats in the Schedule of City of Hyderabad have become Municipalities, it is necessary to revise the Schedule delineating the Panchayats in terms of corresponding Revenue villages.
Undue benefits or deprivations arising out of the mix up may be reviewed and revised. Some departments doing direct recruitment or temporary appointments have relied on Employment Exchanges without themselves verifying the local status of the candidates. This has led to the charge of "bogus registrations" in Employment Exchanges.
The issue of bogus certificates is also dealt with in this Chapter and it is suggested that institutional level verification of certificates of selected candidates should be done.
Similarly, certificates issued by MROs should also be subjected to field verification. Deviations from the Presidential Order have been noticed in all such organizations, particularly in Sericulture Department. In this regard the most glaring case is that of Panchayat Raj Engineering Department who recruited directly AEEs from among Work Inspectors of their workcharged establishment from the year to 95 without applying the principle of local candidate for local cadres.
These appointments have to be now set right in the manner proposed by the Commission. In Irrigation Department irregularities have come to light. There is case of engineers represented by Hyderabad Engineers Association. It turned out to be pending appeal against initial allotment which was a justified appeal. But action has not been taken on this case.
The recent appointment of Panchayat Secretaries has been done under G. II Dept. The G. It has completely overlooked the Presidential Order. The appointments are all in-service appointments. These need to be reviewed and rearranged in terms of localization of cadres. The backlog of the vacancies reserved for locals in R.
This should be set right and shortfall made good. It was complained that ITDAs thousands of teachers recruited were non-locals. But the District Collector reported that the services of non-locals and non-tribals had been terminated.
Government may check up all these facts. The Director of Health informed that more training facilities have been created for nurses in the State. There has been contravention of the Presidential Order in the year by recruitment of non-locals to three model residential polytechnics in the Scheduled areas.
The Commissioner of Sericulture has also committed such contraventions. All these contraventions have to be reversed and set right. It is suggested that first and foremost, two fundamental safeguards should be declared unequivocally. First, and the most important is principle of immutability local character of a post as it stood on
Girglani Commission will be implemented in toto: CM
The Commission submitted its final report on the deviations in the implementation of the Presidential Order and making suggestions on safeguards to set right injustices and anomalies. The Final Report, comprising pages spread over three volumes, was handed to the government on September 30, Four-and-a-half months after the Final Report was received, the government laid it on the table of the Assembly on February 16, The brief, one-page action taken report merely mentioned that the government has constituted the seven-member Group of Ministers to examine the Report. Normally, the ATR indicates the follow-up action taken by the government on the findings and recommendations of an Inquiry Commission appointed under the Commission of Inquiries Act.
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Daigul Retrieved 10 January Retrieved 18 September Important leaders of public opinion in Andhra themselves seem to appreciate that the unification of Telangana with Andhra, though desirable, should be based on a voluntary and commisssion association of the people and that it is primarily for the people of Telangana to take a decision about their future. It does not permit inter-cadre transfers either between districts or between Zones even within a Region. High Court has laid down very sound principles to be observed for transfers. Retrieved 29 September In the Medak town, is the famous Cathedral ouilt with love and crafted to perfection. Retrieved 12 August The formation of separate Andhra State gave stimulation to the demand for the creation of other linguistic states in India. From one post multiple promotions have been churn out promotions.
Referring to the TRS demand that a permanent committee be set up to oversee the implementation of GO , providing for repatriation of non-locals from Telangana, he said if such a suggestion was made by the Girglani Commission, it would be implemented. The latter earlier denied that the Girglani Commission had suggested setting up of a permanent committee. The Home Minister agreed to call an all-party meeting to sort out the issue. The police department had begun repatriation of police constables of other regions. However, the 3, constables found to be non-locals could not be transferred at once and the government had directed the authorities to shift them in a phased manner, ensuring that administration and law and order was not affected.