Sivasankar’s suspension extended by four weeks | Thiruvananthapuram News


T’puram: The authorities extended the suspension of IAS officer M Sivasankar by four more months on the basis of the recommendation with a committee included to examine the suspension of this officer. The panel contains main secretary Vishwas Mehta, additional chief secretary (labor and abilities ) Satyajeet Rajan and other principal secretary (home and vigilance) TK Jose.
Sivasankar was suspended by the support on the basis of this record of a two-member committee comprising the chief secretary and additional chief secretary (finance) on July 16, due to their alleged connections with the primary accused in the golden smuggling case. The authorities initiated disciplinary proceeding against Sivasankar and has served the posts of fees into the officer.
The fees against would be that he misused his official position by supplying reference to appoint a individual, who was also working as the secretary to the consular overall of UAE, from the Space Park (beneath Kerala State IT Infrastructure) as operations supervisor.
Additionally, it said that he often connected with a foreign consulate official without the understanding of the authorities thereby breaking rule 3 (2) and 3 (2B) sub-rule three, five, seven, eight and 10 of their All-India Service (Conduct) Rules, 1968 along with the Centre’s mixed executive directions concerning contact member of all-India services with overseas national and assignments. It said that the authorities found his affiliation with a individual, who was arrested for serious criminal actions, delivered a wrong message to the general public. tnn


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