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Saturday, 25 May 2024 10.49 PM IST

Vigilance sleuths find major lapse in water authority in reporting vacancies

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Administrative vigilance has found that water authority often fail to report vacancies. The vigilance inspection on Wednesday also revealed that the vacancies of the two posts were reported after years. Vigilance has asked for details of the vacancies in seven years. Earlier it was found that the posts of Assistant Engineers were also not reported to the PSC on time.

Four NJD vacancies in Laskar posts were reported to PSC recently after six years. Two vacancies for the post of Divisional Accountant were reported after 12 years. In 2011, when the Ministerial Special Rule came, there were 18 vacancies for Divisional Accountants. Last week, the water authority sought an explanation from seven officials for not reporting the five NJD vacancies of assistant engineers in 2020. Later, PSC candidates and Association of Kerala Water Authority Officers (AKWA) filed a complaint with the Chief Minister.

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