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3 Police Inspectors asigned on duty without pay for 6 months; another 2’s not cleared

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Imphal, July 26: 5 Police inspectors who have been assigned for duty at Senapati district and the newly created Kangpokpi district has been  denied monthly salary for the last six months as their post is reported excess strength as per the Manipur Government Employee List (MGEL).
Report with the Imphal Times said that total as per MGEL of  Senapati district the total sanction strength of Police Inspector in Senapati district is 17, but after the 5 of them have been transferred the number reached 22, in this regard the district authority allegedly said that the incoming personnel are excess and their pay cannot be allocated.
Among the five Police Inspectors three had been transferred from Churachandpur district on January 6 this year in connection with the 11th Manipur Assembly Election posting arrangement. As per the transfer order the three police inspector joined as officer- in-charge of Leimakhong Police Station, Kangchup Police Station and Chalwa Police station, on the said month after submitting their joining report to the concerns.
Another 2 inspectors were transferred in May this year. Salary for the five of them have been withheld on the ground that five of them are excess inspector in the Senapati district as such the district MGEL could not be allocated to the concern.
All the five police officers (Inspectors) are presently utilized for 24 hour service without getting salary. Three of them have not got their pay for 6 months.
MGEL is created as a system to identify genuine government employee from the bogus employee, and not to hold salaries for legitimate employees who were transferred for safeguarding the law and order situation of the district.
The question arises now is that if the government employees could not get their salary as per the sanction post prepared under the MGEL why the government is not increasing the post before making any transfer.  

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