After the force wrote to the chiefs of all Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) in this regard, 237 personnel from CISF, BSF and SSB have been selected for three-year deputation in Delhi Police. There are 700 posts available for lateral entry between the ranks of constable and inspector.
Delhi Police chief Rakesh Asthana, who took charge on July 28, reviewed the audit report done by the police headquarters and found that the Delhi Police has a 21.03% staff shortage in its 15 districts – 33,833 personnel shortfall against the sanctioned strength of 42,847. Is. According to the report, the real shortfall is from the level of inspector to constable.
“There are 1,455 sanctioned posts of Inspectors, while 1,427 are presently working; 6,237 sub-inspectors against the sanctioned strength of 8,096; 20,355 head constables against 23717 sanctioned posts; The sanctioned vacancy for constables is 50,969, and at present there are 41,488,” the official said.
To fill the shortfall, Asthana decided to invite police personnel from the CAPFs, and on 10 January wrote a letter to the Director Generals of Border Security Force (BSF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) was sent. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), and the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) asked them to send applications from interested and eligible personnel for a period of three years, extendable up to five years.
They have received thousands of applications and have been shortlisted 112 from CISF, 64 from SSB and 61 from BSF, an official said. “The 237 personnel range from sub-inspector to constable. Files of other personnel including those of Inspector rank are under process,” the official said.
Following the shortlist, a letter was sent by DCP (HQ) Sukanta S Ballabh to the DG of CISF, which said, “The deputation of 112 personnel will be governed by the guidelines of the Ministry of Home Affairs on terms and conditions of deputation and as amended from time to time.” . on time. In the case of officers who are overstayed for any reason, they are liable to disciplinary action and other adverse civil service consequences, which shall include that the period of unauthorized overstay shall not be counted against the services for the purpose of pension and Any increment overstay payable during the unauthorized period shall be deferred with cumulative effect till the date on which the officer rejoins his parent department.
It further states, “In case of premature repatriation, the responsibility lies with them to report to the parent department and for any further period after premature repatriation, if so, they shall be liable for disciplinary action.” Will be responsible It is clarified that these selected personnel have been selected on deputation basis and have no right to be absorbed in Delhi Police.
An official said they have ensured that the candidates must be below 56 years of age and that 375 constables, 60 head constables, 20 sub-inspectors and five inspectors will be posted in various police units within the force. “The constables on deputation will specialize in units like fingerprint bureau, dog handling, drill instruction and unarmed warfare,” the official said.