After an amendment by the Union Territory Administration in the Jammu and Kashmir Civil Services Direction, 1997, henceforth no person can get a government job in Jammu and Kashmir without a satisfactory CID report on his antecedents. Anyone will be required to disclose whether a family member or close relative is associated with a political party or organization, has participated in any political activity, has ties to a foreign mission or organization.
As per the new amendment, serving employees will have to furnish the details of posting and promotion of one from the date of appointment, in case of need for re-verification from CID. Also job description of parents, spouse, children and step-children besides mother-in-law, brother-in-law and sister-in-law. and if they have been involved in any political activity or with any of the organizations mentioned above.
Under the new rules, the appointing authority will forward the verification forms received from the candidates in a sealed cover to the CID Headquarters. “The CID shall verify the character and antecedents of the selectors and forward the same to the requisite authority within one month from the date of receipt of the list of selectors,” said a government order issued by the General Administration Department. CID cannot take more than two months in any verification.
The order states that in the event of receipt of adverse reports to be confirmed by the Screening Committee, the appointment shall stand canceled automatically without any notice.
In the verification form, the candidate has to give details including name and if any change has taken place; Educational qualification including institutions studied from the age of 15 years; current address; Address of original place of origin if the family has migrated to Jammu and Kashmir after 1st January, 1990; Details of mobile numbers used during the last five years; accounts of the email and social media accounts used; Registration number of owned/used vehicles; bank/post office account number; and passport number.
The form also seeks details of the prosecution of any family member or close relative and whether any of them have been prisoners of war or kept for any period in an enemy country.
It seeks details of the places where the employee has stayed for more than one year in the last five years and in case of leave abroad, details of all the places where he has been for more than one year after attaining the age of 18 years. Used to be. years.
In addition to foreign visits of self and spouse during the last five years, it includes personal contacts of the employee with officials from abroad, elements of children studying, living or working abroad, family members working in foreign missions. Description or foreign organizations including foreign organizations in India and abroad.