#NewDelhi: Central Government: Will amend the law regarding transfer of IAS officers to the central cadre. It has been alleged that by amending the law, the Modi government is hurting the federal infrastructure as well as interfering in the power of the state. With that, Trinamool Rajya Sabha MP and retired bureaucrat Jahar Sarkar fired. He accused the Modi government of trying to undermine state power and federal infrastructure by using force. He made it clear that if an attempt is made to amend the IAS Act, the grassroots will approach the court as there will be opposition in Parliament.
On the other hand, BJP state president Dilip Ghosh said in Delhi, “IAS, IPS officers are under the central government. The center appoints them and sends them back to the state. The central government has the right to do that.” It wants to amend the law by force. He alleged that the reasons for which a bureaucrat was transferred or employed in the central cadre were not followed. As an example, he brought up the topic of Alapana Banerjee. Jaharbabu said he had voluntarily worked under the central government for a long time. He further claimed that no officer wants to work under the present government. At the same time, he said, there is an opportunity for a legal battle. In the new amendment, the central government will be bound to take a final decision after a certain period of time if the state government does not want to leave any IAS and if there is a disagreement over it. At that time the state will be forced to release that IAS officer. On this day, Jahar Sarkar came to Delhi to attend the meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on Independence. Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee has already opposed the Centre’s move.
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