Quitting the job of assistant commander in Bsf, again became a Havaldar in Delhi Police

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It is said that it is a matter of pride to be enlisted through direct recruitment as an ‘assistant commander’ in the Central Paramilitary Forces. However, there have been cases of junior officers who have given up their jobs in these forces for nearly a decade. Former officers of the corps cite delays in the ‘promotion’ as the main reason for this. Officers have to go through a long court battle for promotion. Meanwhile, an assistant commander of BSF ‘Gazetted Officer’ who leaves his job and becomes a cop again in Delhi Police has become a point of discussion. The letter from Delhi Police is also going viral in social media, issuing the resignation of Assistant Commander Vivek (name changed) and order to return to Delhi Police.

Vivek worked as a Havaldar (Ministerial) in the Delhi Police. When he was posted to the Delhi Police Academy, he started preparing for the UPSC exam for ‘Assistant Commandant’. His hard work paid off and he was selected in CAPF. He was appointed assistant commander in BSF. Delhi Police also accepted his resignation on 22 September 2022. Abhishek got the job in Pay Matrix Level 10 (56100/177500). Now he had become a gazetted officer.

Vivek’s education began in BSF. During the training, something happened that he started to like the job of Havaldar from Delhi Police. He resigned from BSF on 20 January 2023. Following this, Vivek applied to rejoin the Delhi Police under FR 13 & Rule 26 of CCS Pension Rule 1972. The Delhi Police accepted his application. An order in this regard was issued on February 2 by the Deputy Director/Administration of the Delhi Police Academy, Jharoda Kalan. Vivek left the Gazetted Officer job and re-assumed the Havaldar (ministerial) job. He has been posted to Delhi Police Academy, Jharoda Kalan.

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