17th January 2009



				                     (WE NEED THE ADDRESS OF THE RECEIVER)		

							
Government of Rajasthan	
														
Dear Sir:

  In the above-cited subject it is submitted that:
 
1. I was posted as Medical Officer in the Government Maharana Bhupal Hospital, Udaipur (Rajasthan) from 25-08-2000 to 15-06-2005.

2. In compliance to the order no. P.7(1) chisva/2/2001/A-823 dated 26-12-2001, I was deputed from my post to P.G.I. Chandigarh to pursue
   D.M. (Neurology) course, the first two years of course after joining being considered as deputation and the third year granted as leave
   due/extraordinary leave.

3. The Government of Rajasthan issued a letter no. P 7-3(796) chisva/group-2/92 dated 26-12-2003 addressed to the Director (Public Health), 
   Medical & Health Services, Rajasthan, Jaipur  cancelling earlier samsankhik orders dated 02-05-2001 and 25-10-2001. In this letter Government
   of Rajasthan intended to grant leave due/extraordinary leave for the entire period of the D.M. (Neurology) course and also ordered to recover
   the salary paid during the deputation period. 

4. I filed a S.B. Civil Stay Application No. 4926/2004 and S.B. Writ Petition No. 5755/2004 in High of Rajasthan, Jaipur Bench and the disputed
   order dated 26-12-2003 was stayed for four weeks on 27-10-2004 and this stay of four weeks was extended till further orders on 07-11-2005. 

5. I took voluntary retirement from the post of Junior Specialist (Medicine) on 17-11-2008 and at that time I was informed by the dealing clerk at 
   Community Health Centre, Dhariavad, District Pratapgarh that the Superintendent, Government Maharana Bhupal Hospital, Udaipur (Rajasthan) has not 
   sanctioned my annual increment due on 01-09-2004 and the service book has to be dispatched his office for the same.

6. As per rule 29 of Rajasthan Service rules ‘Increment to be drawn as a matter of course unless withheld’.-*(Subject to the provisions of 
   Rules 26-A, 27-A and 30), an increment shall ordinarily be drawn as a matter of course unless it is withheld by the authority empowered to
   withhold such increment in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Classification, Control and Appeal Rules. Any order withholding
   an increment shall state the period for which it is withheld and whether the postponement shall have the effect of postponing future increments. 

7. Attention is also invited to the Government of Rajasthan's decisions to the proviso to clause (b) of Rule 31 of the Rajasthan Service Rules 
   as per which Government of Rajasthan decided that the extra-ordinary leave availed of by permanent Government servants for the purpose of 
   undertaking higher scientific and technical studies may be allowed to count for increments. 

8. After the Honorable High Court’s Jaipur SB Stay dated 27-10-2004 and 07-11-2008 in the Civil Stay Application No. 4926/2004 and S.B. Writ 
   Petition No. 5755/2004, the Government of Rajasthan’s order no. P.7(1) chisva/2/2001/A-823 dated 26-12-2001 deputing from my post to P.G.I. 
   Chandigarh to pursue D.M. (Neurology) course, the first two years of course after joining being considered as deputation and the third year
   granted as leave due/extraordinary leave, is still standing whereas the disputed letter no. P 7-3(796) chisva/group-2/92 dated 26-12-2003 
 

9. As a result of Superintendent, Government Maharana Bhupal Hospital, Udaipur (Rajasthan) illegally withholding my increment due on 01-09-2004, I 
   continued to receive pay scale of my previous post and that too without increment for almost five years till my retirement on 17-11-2008. This is 
   an extreme example of height of dictatorship shown by Superintendent, Government Maharana Bhupal Hospital, Udaipur. My service book for past two 
   months was lying with the Superintendent, Government Maharana Bhupal Hospital, Udaipur for my due increment dated 01-09-2004 to be sanctioned and
   the dealing clerk was expecting a bribe to be offered which I refused.

10. I was informed by the Superintendent, Government Maharana Bhupal Hospital, Udaipur vide his letter no. S.O./E-1/F-30/2008/867 dated 22nd December
    2008 that the that the Medical Officer Incharge, C.H.C.Dhariavad by his letter no. 292 dated 21st November 2008 has not annexed service book along 
    with the covering letter. In sharp somersault, the same Superintendent, Government Maharana Bhupal Hospital, Udaipur, now in his letter dated 15th 
    January 2009, on enquiry from Additional Superintendent of Police (Anticorruption), Udaipur has informed that the service book has been traced in
    his office. A departmental enquiry against such corrupt Government Officials would unearth many more cases of forgery, misappropriation, embezzlement
    and financial irregularities. 

11. I, therefore, request your good self to kindly look into the matter and institute a departmental enquiry against such corrupt Government Officials. 
    My pension case is unnecessarily being delayed on account of these happenings. 

Sincerely yours,

Dr. Ajay Kumar Vats Retired Junior Specialist
241, Sector-4, 
Hiranmagri Udaipur (Rajasthan)