58 IAS officers fail to submit property returns
No promotion if IPRs are not filed
Fifty-eight officers of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) from Karnataka have failed to submit their immovable property returns (IPRs) to the government within the stipulated time this year.
As per the list put out by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), following officers have failed to submit their immovable property details for the year 2012:
Sudhir Krishna, B L Sridhar, C S Suranjana, Anita Kaul, V Umesh, K Ratnaprabha, S K Pattanayak, D N Narasimha Raju, Mahendra Jain, Parmesh Pandey, Bharat Lal Meena, E Venkataiah, I S N Prasad, Shivaram, M R Kamble, Siddaiah, M Lakshminarayana, B H Anil Kumar, Ramesh Bindurao Zalki, Anilkumar Jha, G Kumar Naik, L K Atheeq, Uma Mahadevan Dasgupta, B S Ramaprasad, S N Jayaram, K R Niranjan, R K Raju, M K Baldevakrishna, M E Shivalingamurthy, Nandakumar B G, Chakravarthy Mohan, N S Channappagowda, V Chandrasekar, P Hemalatha, S Shankaranarayan, B M Krishnaiah, Darpan Jain, Aiyappa M K, Anurag Tewari, K P Mohan Raj, Pallavi Akurathi, M V Venkatesh, Manjushree N, Kanaga Valli M, Baddipudi Vijaya Jyothsna, Anirudh Sravan P, Pommala Sunil Kumar, Hephsiba Rani Korlapati, Kurma Rao M, Sharat B, Sundareshbabu M, Pavan Kumar Malapati Annies Kanmani Joy, Charulata Somal, Rakesh Kumar K, Ramachandran R, Suralkar Vikas Kishor and Nitesh Patil.
An all-India service officer is bound to file property returns of a year by January end of the following year, failing which promotion and empanelment to senior-level postings may be denied.
“A circular has already been sent to all states to inform the officers concerned about timely submission of their IPRs," said an official of the DoPT, which acts as a nodal agency for administrative matters of the IAS officers.
At all India-level, a total 1,057 officers have failed to submit their IPRs to the government for 2012, said the official.