MULTAN: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has decided to take departmental action against officials who are reluctant in joining new place of posting.
The Federal Board of Revenue has taken notice that officials are not adhered to instructions laid down in transfer and posting orders.
Sources told that transfer and posting orders are issued with immediate effect, but it has been observed that officers and officials do not relinquish the charge as per orders/notifications and board has to relieve them from their previous postings to join new place of postings.
Furthermore, as mentioned in each order/notification, that officers are required to relinquish and assume charge using online HRMS facility made available at all FBR major field offices or by using IJP login available to them. “However, despite clear directions on the same manual charge relinquishment and assumption reports are forwarded to the FBR as a practice which creates lot of administrative issues for FBR.
Taking serious view of the non-adherence of the administrative instructions, following instructions are being issued in this regard to be followed in letter and spirit in future.
Officers will relinquish the charge within three days of transfer and posting orders and will assume charge of new place of posting as per rules. In case of failure, action will be initiated for non-adherence to the Board’s instructions.
No manual charge relinquishment/assumption report will be entertained in board in future, and the officers are directed to do the same through using online HRMS facility made available at all FBR major field offices or by using IJP login. However, if any difficulty arises in this regard, officers are directed to contact MIS officers posted at respective filed formations or Secretary (Automation/SSM).
The concerned ADC/ DC HQ shall be personally responsible and ensure that all officers posted in and out of the field offices have assumed/relinquished charge as per instruction. Chief Commissioners-IR and Director Generals-IR shall be responsible for the compliance of the board’s instruction in letter and spirit.