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Dy. Labour commissioner clarifies; says allegations against dept. officials are baseless

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Imphal, May 24: Taking strong exception to the series of allegations levelled against two specific authorities of the State Labour Department, Govt. of Manipur by one Bokulei Devi in favour of her husband, deputy labour commissioner (i/c), Elangbam Tomba today term the allegations as baseless, malicious and attempt to malign the good image of the State Labour department authority.
Mrs. P (Ongbi ) Bokulie, in a press meet had stated that her husband was transferred as the Deputy Commissioner Labour but was not allowed to take charge by two authorities of the labour department and the news item was carried at some newspaper as well as at a television cable news service on May 22, 2017.
Elangbam Tomba, Deputy Commissioner i/c of the state Labour Department said that Mrs. Bokulei should consulted with her husband before making allegation to the authorities of the state labour department which could have maligned the good image of the department authorities. He said that Bokulei’s husband transfer order as the deputy commissioner, Labour department was stayed by an interim order of the honourable court.
Elangbam Tomba has been appointed as in charge of the Deputy Labour Commissioner by a government order No. 3/12/2011-Lab/DP dated 16/11/2016. The govt. order stated that the vacant post of Deputy Labour Commissioner since November 16, 2010 will be look after by Elangbam Tomba until a regular deputy commissioner has been appointed.
Later, another government order dated 3/12/2001-Lab/DP dated 27/07/2016 had appointed to field the vacant post. However, in the para 2 of the appointment order it has been stated that Elangbam Tomba Singh who is now holding the charge of Deputy Labour Commisioner  on in-charge basis shall be reverted back to his substantive post with immediate effect. As this particular order fails to be complied as there was no provision made to reversion of Elangbam Tomba the order was treated null and void, said the present deputy labour commissioner (i/c) Elangbam Tomba.
On the other hand Elangbam Tomba said that Mrs. Bokuleima should rather study on whether he had passed Matric exam completed in 1971 and graduated in 1975. Allegations without proper knowledge are an attempt to sabotage the image of a government officer which is intolerable, Tomba cautioned Bokuleima.

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