HARYANA CIVIL SERVICES (GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES’ CONDUCT) RULES, 2016
  
2.Extent of application.— These rules shall apply to all Government employees appointed to any civil service or post in connection with the affairs of the State of Haryana including— (i)      employees working on contract basis; (ii)      employees working on ad-hoc basis; (iii)     work-charged employees; (iv)    daily wages employees; (v)     any other category of Government employee to whom the competent authority may by general or special order, direct that these rules shall apply to them. Provided that nothing in these rules shall  apply to— (i)      members of the All India Services who are subject to the All India Services (Conduct) Rules, 1954; (ii)      employees serving in a Department under Haryana Government on deputation from Centre or any other State Government or any other source, for a limited duration. (iii)     holders of any post in respect of which the Government may, by general or special order, declare that these rules do not apply. Note 3.─ If any doubt arises as to whether these rules apply to any person or not, the decision shall lie with the General Administration Department of Government of Haryana.
3.Definitions.— In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,–                                  (a)     “Governmentmeans the Government of the State of Haryana;                                         (b)     “Government employee” means any person appointed to any civil service or post in connection with the affairs of the State of Haryana.  Explanation.— A Government employee whose services are placed at the disposal of a company, corporation, organization or a local authority by the Government, shall for the purposes of these rules be deemed to be a Government employee serving under the Government notwithstanding that his salary is drawn from sources other than from the Consolidated Fund of the State; (c)     “members of family in relation to a Government employee includes—  (i)      the wife or the husband, as the case may be, of the Government employee, whether residing with the Government employee or not but does not include a wife or husband, as the case may be, separated from the Government employee, by a decree or order of a competent court;          (ii)      son or daughter or step son or step-daughter of the Government employee and wholly dependent on him, but does not include a child or step-child who is no longer in any way dependent on Government employee or of whose custody the Government employee has been deprived by or under any law; (iii)     any other person related, whether by blood or marriage, to the Government employee or  to the Government employee’s wife or husband and wholly dependent on the Government employee; (d)     “prescribed authority” means― (i)      (a)    Government in the case of a Government employee holding a post of Group A except where any lower authority is specified by the Government for any purpose; (b)     Head of Department in the case of a Government employee holding a post of Group B; (c)     Head of Office in the case of a Government employee holding a post of Group C or D; (iii)     In respect of a Government employee on foreign service or on deputation to any other Department or any other Government, the parent department on the cadre of which such Government employee is borne; or the department to which he is administratively subordinate as member of that cadre.                                                           Note.─ The terms not defined in these rules but defined in Haryana Civil Services (General) Rules, 2016 shall have the same meaning for the purpose of these rules.
4.General.— (1)     Every Government employee shall at all times―              (i)      maintain absolute integrity;                            (ii)      maintain devotion to duty;                      (iii)     do nothing which is unbecoming of a Government employee; and (iv)    act in accordance with the Government’s policies. Explanation.— A Government employee who habitually fails to perform a task assigned to him within the time set for the purpose and with the quality of performance expected of him shall be deemed to be lacking in devotion to duty within the meaning of clause (ii) above. (2)      (i)      Every Government employee holding a supervisory post shall take all possible steps to ensure the integrity and devotion to duty of all Government employees under his control and authority.  (ii)      Every Government employee shall in the discharge of his official duties act in a courteous manner and shall not adopt dilatory tactics in his dealings with the public or otherwise.      (3)     (i)      No Government employee shall, in the performance of his official duties, or in the exercise of powers conferred on him act otherwise than in his best judgment, except when he is acting under the direction of his official superior.   (ii)      The direction of the official superior shall, ordinarily, be in writing. Oral direction to subordinate shall be avoided, as far as possible. When the issue of oral direction becomes unavoidable, the official shall confirm it in writing immediately thereafter.                                           (iii)     A Government employee, who has received oral direction from his official superior, shall seek confirmation of the same in writing as early as possible, whereupon it shall be the duty of the official superior to confirm the direction in writing.
5. Act and conduct which amount to misconduct.— 5- dk;Z vkSj vkpj.k tks dnkpkj dh Js.kh esa vkrk gS-&   The following acts and omissions amount to misconduct:-   fuEufyf[kr dk;Z vkSj pwd dnkpkj dh Js.khesa vkrs gSa& (i) wilful insubordination or disobedience, whether alone or jointly with others, to any lawful and reasonable order of a superior; (i) ofj”B ds fdlh fof/klaxr rFkk ;qfDr;qDr vkns’k dh tkucw>dj voKk] ;k vkKksYyaa?ku pkgs vdsys ;k vU;ksa ds lkFk la;qDr :Ik ls( (ii) infidelity, unfaithfulness, dishonesty, untrustworthiness, theft and fraud, or dishonesty in connection with the activities of the Government or handling of its property; (ii) vfo’okl] fo’okl?kkr] vfo’oluh;rk] pksjh vkSj /kks[kk] ;k Lkjdkjh fØ;kdykiksa ;k bldh lEifÙk dks lEHkkyus ds lEcU/k esa csbZekuh( (iii) strike, picketing, gherao, striking work or inciting others to strike work in contravention of the provisions of any law or rule having the force of law; (iii) fof/k dk cy j[kus okyh fdlh fof/k fu;e ds mica/kksa dh mYya?kuk esa gM+rky] /kjuk] ?ksjko] dke jksduk ;k dke jksdus ds fy, vU; dks mdlkuk( (iv) gross moral misconduct, acts subversive of discipline, riotous or disorderly behaviour during or after the office hours at any place; (iv) dk;kZy; le; ds nkSjku ;k ds ckn fdlh LFkku ij ?kksj uSfrd dnkpkj] vuq’kklughurk] fo/oald dk;Z] naxs ;k minzoh O;ogkj( (v) riotous and disorderly behaviour during and after the working hours or in work place; (v) dk;Z LFky ij dk;Z le; ds nkSjku ;k ckn esa naxs rFkk minzoh O;ogkj( (vi) negligence or neglect of work or duty amounting to misconduct; (vi) mis{kk dh dksfV esa vkus okyh( dk;Z ;k drZO; dh ykijokgh ;k mis{kk( (vii) habitual negligence or neglect of work or duty; (vii) dk;Z ;k drZO; dh vkH;kfld ykijokgh ;k mis{kk( (viii) habitual absence without permission and over-staying leave; (viii) vuqefr ds fcuk vkH;kfld vuqifLFkfr rFkk vodk’k ds mijkUr vuqifLFkr jguk( (ix) conviction by a Criminal Court. (ix) fdlh vkijkf/kd U;k;ky; }kjk nks”k&flf)A   The act or conduct of an employee may amount to misconduct   fdlh deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k dnkpkj dh Js.kh gks ldrk gS& (i) if the act or conduct is prejudicial or likely to be prejudicial to the interests of the employer/ Department or to the reputation of the employer/Department; (i) ;fn dk;Z ;k vkpj.k fu;kstd@foHkkx ds fgrksa ;k fu;kstd@foHkkx dh [;kfr ds fy, gkfudj gS ;k gkfudj gksus ds fy, laHkkO; gS( (ii) if the act or conduct is inconsistent or incompatible with the due or peaceful discharge of his duty to his employer/Department; (ii) ;fn dk;Z ;k vkpj.k mlds fu;kstd@foHkkx ds izfr vius drZO; ds lE;d~ ;k ‘kkfUriw.kZ fuoZgu esa vlaxr ;k ijLij fojks/kh gS( (iii) if the act or conduct of a employee makes it unsafe for the employer to retain him in service; (iii) ;fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k lsok esa mls cuk, j[kus ds fy, fu;kstd gsrq vlqjf{kr gS( (iv) if the act or conduct of the employee is so grossly immoral that all reasonable men say that the employee cannot be trusted; (iv) ;fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k bruk vR;f/kd vuSfrd gS fd lHkh le>nkj euq”; dgsaa fd deZpkjh ij fo’okl ugha fd;k tk ldrk( (v) if the act or conduct of the employee is such that the employer/Department  cannot rely on the faithfulness of his employee; (v) ;fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k ,slk gS fd fu;kstd@foHkkx vius deZpkjh dh bZekunkjh ij fo’okl ugha dj ldrk( (vi) if the act or conduct of the employee is such as to open before him temptations for not discharging his duties properly; (vi) ;fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k ,slk gS fd og vius drZO;ksaa dk fuoZgu leqfpr :Ik ls u djus ds fy, vius izyksHkuksa dks lc ds le{k izdV djrk gS( (vii) if the employee is abusive or if he disturbs the peace at the place of his employment; (vii) ;fn deZpkjh fuUnkRed gS ;k ;fn og vius fu;kstu ds LFkku ij ‘kkfUr Hkax djrk gS( (viii) if he is insulting and insubordinate to such a degree as to be incompatible with the continuance of the relation of employer/ Department and employee; (viii) ;fn og bl Lrj rd vieku djus okyk rFkk voKkdkjh gS tSls fu;kstd@ foHkkx rFkk deZpkjh ds lkFk lEcU/k tkjh j[kus es ijLij fojks/kh gS( (ix) if the employee is habitually negligent in respect of the duties for which he is engaged; (ix) ;fn deZpkjh] ftl dk;Z ds fy, og yxk;k x;k gS] ds lEcU/k esa vkH;kfld :Ik ls ykijokg gS( (x) if the neglect of the employee though isolated, tends to cause serious consequences. (x) ;fn deZpkjh }kjk mis{kk] Hkys gh ;nkdnk gks] xEHkhj ifj.kkeksa dh vksj ys tkus dk dkj.k curh gS(
6.Prohibition of sexual harassment of working women.— (1)     No Government employee shall indulge in any act of sexual harassment of any woman at her work place. (2)     Every Government employee who is incharge of a work place shall take appropriate steps to prevent sexual harassment to any woman at such work place. Explanation.─ For the purposes of this rule, ‘sexual harassment’ includes such unwelcome sexually determined behaviour, whether directly or otherwise, as― (a)     physical contact and advances; (b)     demand or request for sexual favours; (c)     making any sexually coloured remarks; (d)     showing any pornographic material; and (e)     any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature.
7.Employment of near relatives of Government employees.— (1)     No Government employee shall use his position or influence directly or indirectly to secure employment for any member of his family in any company or firm. (2)     No Government employee shall, except with the prior sanction of the Government, permit his family member to accept employment in any company or firm with which he has official dealings.            Provided that where the acceptance of the employment may not await prior sanction, the position shall be explained to the prescribed authority with the request of ex-post-facto approval.
8.Sanction of contract by Government employee to near relatives.— No Government employee shall, in the discharge of his official duties, deal with any matter or give or sanction any contract to any undertaking or any other person, if any member of his family is employed in that undertaking or under that person, or if he or any member of his family is interested in such matter or contract in any other manner. The Government employee shall refer every such matter or contract to his official superior and the matter or contract shall thereafter be disposed off according to the instructions of the authority to whom the reference is made.
9.Taking part in politics and elections.— (1)     No Government employees shall be a member of, or be otherwise associated with, any political party or any Organization, which takes part in politics, nor shall take part in, or subscribe in aid of, or assist in any other manner, any political movement or activity. (2)     It shall be the duty of every Government employee to endeavour to prevent any member of his family from taking part in or subscribing in aid of or assisting in any other manner, any movement of, activity which is, or tends directly or indirectly to be subversive of the Government as by law established, and where a Government employee is unable to prevent member of his family from taking part in or subscribing in aid of, or assisting in any other manner, any such movement of activity, he shall make a report to that effect to the Government. (3)     If any question arises whether a party is a political party or whether any organization takes part in politics or whether any movement or activity fall within the scope of sub-rule (2), the decision of the Government thereon shall be final. (4)     No Government employee shall canvass or otherwise interfere with, or use his influence in connection with or take part in, an election to any legislature or local authority: Provided that a Government employee─                               (a)     qualified to vote at such election may exercise his right to vote, but where he does so, he shall give no indication of the manner in which he proposes to vote or has voted;                                                                      (b)     shall not be deemed to have contravened the provisions of this sub-rule by reason only that he has assisted in the conduct of an election in the due performance of a duty imposed on him by or under any law for the time being in force. Explanation.─ The display by a Government employee on his person, vehicle or residence of any electoral symbol shall amount to using his influence in connection with an election, within the meaning of this sub-rule.
10.Joining of Associations.— (1)     No Government employee shall join or continue to be a member of an association, the objects or activities of which are prejudicial to the interest of the sovereignty and integrity of India or public order or morality. (2)     No Government employee shall be a member/ office bearer of more than one such association at State level and at National level, the aims or objectives of which relate to promotion of sports. However, the employee of the sports department may become member/ office bearer of only one association at State level and one at National level that too in the area of his own specialty/discipline.  
11.Demonstration and strikes.— No Government employee shall─ (i)      engage himself or participate in any demonstration which is prejudicial to the interest of the sovereignty and integrity of India, the security of the State, friendly relations with foreign State, public order, decency or morality or which involves contempt of court, defamation or incitement to an offence; or (ii)      resort to or in any way abet any form of strike in connections with any matter pertaining to his service or any other Government employee.
12.Connection with print or electronic media.— (1)     No Government employee shall, except with the previous sanction of the Government, on wholly or in part, or conduct or participate in the editing or management of, any newspaper or other periodical publication or electronic media. (2)     No Government employee shall except with the previous sanction of the Government or the prescribed authority or except in the bona-fide discharge of his duties— (a)     publish a book himself or through a publisher, or contribute an article to a book or a compilation of articles; or                                      (b)     participate in a public media or contribute an article or write a letter to a newspaper or periodical; either in his own name or anonymously or pseudonymously or in the name of any other person:  Provided that no such sanction shall be required— (i)      if such publication is through a publisher and is of a purely literary, artistic or scientific character; or (ii)      if such contribution, broadcast or writing is of a purely literary, artistic or scientific character: Provided further that the Government may withdraw at any time, the sanction so granted to a Government employee, after affording reasonable opportunity of being heard, if, there are reasons to believe that the sanction is being misutilised.
13.Criticism of Government.— No Government employee shall, in any radio broadcast or communication over any electronic media or in any document published in his own name or anonymously or pseudonymously or in the name of any other person or in any communication to the press or in any public utterance make any statement of fact or opinion— (i)      which has the effect of any adverse criticism of any current or recent policy or action of the Government of India, Government of Haryana or any other State Government;  (ii)      which is capable of embarrassing the relations between the Government of Haryana and the Government of India or the Government of any other State in India; or (iii)     which is capable of embarrassing the relations between the Government of India or the Government of Haryana and the Government of any foreign State: Provided that nothing in this rule shall apply to any statements made or views expressed by a Government employee in his official capacity or in the due performance of the duties assigned to him.  
14.Evidence before Committee or any other authority.— (1)     Save as provided in sub-rule (3), no Government employee shall except with the previous sanction of the Government, give evidence in connection with any enquiry conducted by any person, committee or authority.                                                             (2)     Where any sanction has been accorded under sub-rule (1), no Government employee giving such evidence shall criticize the policy or any action of the Government of India, Government of Haryana or any other State Government.   (3)     Nothing in this rule shall apply to evidence given— (a)     at enquiry before an authority appointed by the Government, Parliament or a State Legislature; or                       (b)     in any judicial enquiry; or       (c)     at any departmental enquiry ordered by authorities subordinate to the Government.        (4)     No Government employee giving any evidence referred to in sub rule (3) shall give publicity to such evidence.
15.Communication of official information.— Every Government employee shall, in performance of his duties in good faith, communicate to a member of public or any organisation full and accurate information, which is to be disclosed under the Right to Information Act, 2005 (22 of 2005): Provided that no Government employee shall except in accordance with any general or special order of the Government or in the performance in good faith of the duties assigned to him, communicate, directly or indirectly, any official document or any part thereof; or information to any Government employee or any other person to whom he is not authorized to communicate such document or information.
16.Subscriptions.— No Government employee shall, except with the previous sanction of the Government or of the prescribed authority, ask for or accept contributions to, or otherwise associate himself with the raising of, any funds or other collections in cash or in kind in pursuance of any object whatsoever.
17.Gifts.— (1)     Save as otherwise provided in these rules, no Government employee shall accept or permit any member of his family or any other person acting on his behalf to accept any gift. Explanation.─ The expression “gift” shall include free transport, boarding, lodging or other service or any other pecuniary advantage provided by a person other than a near relatives and friends having no official dealings with the Government employee. Note 1.─ A casual meal or other social hospitality shall not be deemed to be a gift.             Note 2.─ A Government employee shall avoid accepting lavish hospitality or frequent hospitality from any individual having official dealings with him or from industrial or commercial firms, Organizations, etc. (2)     On occasions such as weddings, anniversaries, funerals or religious functions, when the making of gift is in conformity with the prevailing religious and social practice, a Government employee may accept gifts from his near relatives or from his personal friends having no official dealings with him, but shall make a report to the Government, if the value of such gift exceeds― 1.       Rs. 7,000/- in the case of a Government employee holding any Group ‘A’ post; 2.       Rs. 4,000/- in the case of a Government employee holding any Group ‘B’ post; 3.       Rs. 2,000/- in the case of a Government employee holding any Group ‘C’ post; and 4.       Rs. 1,000/- in the case of a Government employee holding any Group ‘D’ post. (3)     In any other case, a Government employee shall not accept any gift without the sanction of the Government, if the value exceeds— 1.       Rs. 1,500/- in the case of a Government employee holding any Group ‘A’  & ‘B’ post; 2.       Rs. 500/- in the case of a Government employee holding any Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ post;  (4)    Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-rules (2) and (3), a Government employee, being a member of the Indian delegation or otherwise, may receive and retain gifts from foreign dignitaries, if the market value of gifts received on one occasion does not exceed rupees one thousand. In all other cases, the acceptance and retention of such gifts shall be regulated by the instructions issued by the Government in this regard from time to time.
18.Prohibition of dowry.— (1)     No Government employee shall─                                             (i)      give or take or abet the giving or taking of dowry; or                                                            (ii)      demand, directly  or indirectly, from the parents or guardian of a bride or bridegroom, as the case may be , any dowry.     Explanation.─ For the purposes of this rule, “dowry” has the same meaning as in the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961 (28 of 1961), as amended in its application to the State of Haryana. (2)     Every Government employee after his marriage shall furnish a declaration to his Head of Department that he has not taken any dowry. The declaration shall be signed by his wife, father and father-in-law.
19.Public demonstration in honour of Government employees.— ljdkjh deZpkfj;kas ds lEeku esa lkoZtfud vk;kstu (1)     No Government employee shall, except with the previous sanction of the Government, receive any complimentary or valedictory address or accept any testimonial or attend any meeting or entertainment held in his honour; or in the honour of any other Government employee: Provided that nothing in this rule shall apply to─ (a)  a farewell entertainment of a substantially private and informal character held in honour of a Government employee or any other Government employee on the occasion of his retirement or transfer or of any person who has recently quitted the service of any Government; or    (b)     the acceptance of simple and inexpensive entertainment  arranged by  public bodies or institutions.            (2)     No Government employee shall exercise pressure or influence of any sort on any Government employee to induce him to subscribe towards any farewell entertainment even if it is of a substantially private or informal character.
20.Private trade or employment.— (1)     Subject to the provisions of sub-rule (2), no Government employee shall, except with the previous sanction of the Government─ (a)     engage directly or indirectly in any trade or business, or (b)     negotiate for, undertake, any other employment, or (c)     hold an elective office, canvass for a candidate for an elective office, in any body, whether incorporated or not; or (d)     canvass in support of any business of insurance agency, commission agency, etc., owned or managed by any member of his family, or (e)     take part, except in the discharge of his official duties, in the registration, promotion or a management of any bank or other company registered under the Companies Act, 2013 (18 of 2013) or any other law for the time being in force, or of any Co-operative Society for Commercial purposes or (f)      participate in, or associate himself in any manner, in making of— (i)      a sponsored media (including radio, televisions) programme, or (ii)     a media programme commissioned by Government media but produced by an outside agency or; (iii)    a privately produced radio or televisions or other media programme including a video magazine: Provided that no previous permission shall be necessary in case a Government employee participates in a programme produced by the Doordarshan or a subject dealt with by him in his official capacity. (g)     involve or engage himself in the registration, promotion, management of other kinds of activities of any non-Government Organisation (NGO) if the same is aided by the Central Government, State Government or an international Organization or agency. (2)     A Government employee may, without the previous sanction of the Government— (a)     undertake honorary work of a social or charitable nature; or (b)     undertake occasional work of literary, artistic or scientific character; or (c)     participate in sports activities as amateur; or (d)     take part in the registration, promotion or management (not involving the holding of an elective office) of a literary, scientific or charitable society, or of a club, or similar organisation, the aims or objectives of which relate to promotion of sports, cultural, or recreation activities, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (21 of 1860), or any other law for the time being in force; or (e)     take part in the registration, promotional or management (not involving the holding of elective office) of a Co-operative Society substantially for the benefit of Government employee, registered under the Co-operative Societies Act, 1912 (2 of 1912) or any other law for the time being in force in any State: Provided that─ (i)      he shall discontinue taking part in such activities if so directed by the Government; and (ii)      in a case falling under clause (d), or clause (e) of this sub-rule, his official duties shall not suffer thereby and he shall, within a period of one month of his taking part in such activity, report to the Government giving details of the nature of his participation. Explanation I.─ A “Co-operative Society” means a society registered, or deemed to be registered under the Co-operative Societies Act, 1912 (2 of 1912) or any other law relating to Co-operative Societies for the being in force in any State. Explanation II.─ Canvassing for a candidate for an elective office referred to in the second proviso shall be deemed to be breach of this sub-rule. (3)     Every Government employee shall, if any member of his family is engaged in a trade or business, or owns or manages an insurance agency or commission agency, report that fact to the Government. (4)     No Government employee shall accept any fee for any work done for any public body or for any private person without the sanction of the prescribed authority. Explanation.─ The term ‘Fee’ has been defined in Haryana Civil Services (General) Rules.
21.Government accommodation.— (1)     The Government accommodation allotted to a Government employee shall not be sublet or leased out or used otherwise. (2)     A Government employee shall, after the cancellation of his allotment of Government accommodation vacate the same within the time limit prescribed by the competent authority.
22.Investment, lending and borrowing.— (A)    Transactions in sale and purchase of shares and debentures etc.─ (1)     On investment in stock, share, debenture, etc. an intimation shall be sent to the prescribed authority in the form as given below:- (i)      Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ employees – If the total transaction in shares, securities, debentures or mutual funds scheme etc. exceeds
Rs. 50,000/- during the calendar year; and (ii)     Group ‘C’ and ‘D’ employees – If the total transactions in shares, securities, debentures or mutual funds scheme etc. exceeds Rs. 25,000/- during the calendar year. If an individual transaction exceeds the amount prescribed in sub rule (3) of rule 24 the intimation to the prescribed authority shall still be necessary. The intimation prescribed in sub rule (1) shall be in addition to this, where cumulative transaction(s) i.e. sale, purchase or both in shares, securities, debentures or mutual funds etc. in a year exceed the limits indicated in sub rule (1).
 Form for giving intimation for transactions in shares, securities, debentures and investment in mutual fund schemes, etc.   1. Name and designation       2. Scale of pay and present pay       3. Details of each transaction made in shares, securities, debentures, mutual funds scheme, etc., during the calendar year.       4. Particulars of the party, firm with whom transaction is made─       (a)    Is party related to the applicant?       (b)    Did the applicant have any dealings with the party in his official capacity at any time or is the applicant likely to have any dealings with him in the near future?       5. Source or sources from which financed—       (a)    Personal savings       (b)    Other sources giving details       6. Any other relevant fact which applicant may like to mention.    
 DECLARATION I hereby declare that the particulars given above are true. Station:_____________              Signature:_______________ Date:______________               Designation:_____________
 (2)     No Government employee shall make, or permit any member of his family or any person acting on his behalf to make any investment which is likely to embarrass or influence him in the discharge of his official duties. For this purpose any purchases of shares from out of the quotas reserved for Directors or their friends and associate shall be deemed to be an investment which is likely to embarrass the Government employee. (3)     If any question arises whether any transaction is of the nature referred to in sub-rule (1) or sub-rule (2), the decision of the Government thereon shall be final. (B)    Lending and borrowing.─ (1)     No Government employee shall save in the ordinary course of business with a bank or a firm of standing duly authorized to conduct banking business, either himself or through any member of his family or any other person acting on his behalf :- (a)     lend or borrow money as principal or agent, to or from any person within the local limits of his authority or with whom he is likely to have official dealings, or otherwise place himself under any pecuniary obligation to such person, or (b)     lend money to any person at interest or in a manner whereby return in money or in kind is charged or paid: Provided that a Government employee may, give to, or accept from, a relative or a personal friend purely temporary one of a small amount free of interest or operate a credit account with a bonafide trade man or make an advance of pay to his private employee but such amount shall not exceed twelve months basic pay for the construction of house or purchase of built up house and six months basic pay for the purchase of conveyance and other purposes. Provided further that a Government employee may, with the previous sanction of the Government, enter into any transaction referred to in sub- clause (a) or sub-clause (b). (2)     When a Government employee is appointed or transferred to a post of such nature as shall involve him in the breach of any of the provisions of sub-rule (A)(2) or sub-rule (B)(1), he shall forthwith report the circumstances to the prescribed authority and shall there after act in accordance with such order as may be made by such authority.
23.Insolvency and habitual indebtedness.— fnokfy;kiu rFkk vkH;kfld _.kxzLrrk (1)     A Government employee shall so manage his private affairs as to avoid habitual indebtedness, or insolvency. (2)     A Government employee against whom any legal proceedings are instituted for recovery of any debt due from him or for adjudging him as an insolvent shall immediately report the full facts of the legal proceeding to the Government. (3)     The burden of proving that the insolvency or indebtedness was the result of circumstances which, with the exercise of or ordinary diligence, the Government employee may not have foreseen, or over which he had no control, and had not proceeded from extravagant or dissipated habits, shall be upon him.
24.Movable, immovable and valuable property.— (1)     Every Government employee shall submit─ (i)      declaration of property on his first appointment to any service or post; (ii)      annual property return as on 31st March of every financial year; and (iii)     property return as and when he is directed by the prescribed authority,           showing particulars in detail, in the prescribed Forms appended to these rules at Annexure A and B, regarding (a)     immovable property inherited, owned, acquired or held on lease or mortgage, by him or his spouse or any member of his family, either in their own name or in the name of any other person; and (b)     movable property. Explanation.─ For the purpose of this rule the expression ‘movable property’ includes─ (i)      cash, bank balance, deposits, Loans and Advances: (ii)      investments in Shares, Securities, Debentures, Bonds etc.; (iii)     jewellery and Insurance policies; (iv)     vehicles, any other means of conveyance;    (v)     any electric, electronic goods or household items such as refrigerators, air conditioner, LCD, LED,  computers, washing machines, furniture etc.; (vi)     debts and other liabilities incurred directly or indirectly by him or his spouse or any other member of his family; and (vii)    any other movable property owned, acquired or inherited by him or his spouse or any other member of his family. Note 1.─ The moveable/immoveable properties either acquired by the members of the family of the employee from their own funds or inherited by them shall not attract the provisions of this rule. Note 2.─ In all returns the value of items of movable property costing less than Rs. 50,000 may be added and shown as a lump sum. The value of articles of daily use such as clothes, utensils, crockery, books, etc., shall not be included in such return. (2)     No Government employee or any dependent member of his family shall except with the previous knowledge of the prescribed authority, acquire or dispose of any immovable property by lease, mortgage, purchase, sale, gift or otherwise either in his own name or in the name of any dependent member of his family: Provided that the previous sanction of the prescribed authority shall be obtained by the Government employee if any such transaction is— (i)      with a person having official dealings with the Government employee; or (ii)      otherwise than through a registered dealer. (3)     Where a Government employee enters into a transaction in respect of movable property either in his own name or in the name of the member of his family, he shall, within one month from the date of such transaction, report the same to the prescribed authority, if the value of such property exceeds two months’ basic pay of the Government employee: Provided that the previous sanction of the prescribed authority shall be obtained if any such transaction is— (i)      with a person having official dealings with the Government employee; or (ii)     otherwise than through a registered dealer. (4)     The Government or the prescribed authority may at any time, by general or special order, require a Government employee to furnish, within a period specified in the order, a full and complete statement of such movable or immovable property held or acquired by him on his behalf or by any member of his family as may be specified in the order. Such statement shall, if so, required by the Government or by the prescribed authority, include the details of the means by which, or the source from which , such property was acquired.
25.Vindication of acts and character of Government employees.— Lkjdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ds dk;ks± vkSj pfj= dks funksZ”k fl) djuk (1)     No Government employee shall, except with the previous sanction of the Government, have recourse to any court or to the press for vindication of any official act which has been the subject matter of adverse criticism or on attack of a defamatory character: Provided that if no such sanction is received by the Government employee within a period of three months from the date of receipt of his request by the Government, he shall be free to assume that the permission as sought for has been granted to him. (2)     Nothing in this rule shall be deemed to prohibit a Government employee from vindicating his private character or any act done by him in his private capacity and where any action for vindicating his private character or any act done by him in private capacity is taken, the Government employee shall submit a report to the prescribed authority regarding such action.
26.Canvassing.— i{k&izpkj No Government employee shall bring or attempt to bring any political or  other influence to bear upon any superior authority to further his interests in respect of a matter pertaining to his service under the Government.
27.Restriction regarding marriage.—  (1)    No Government employee shall enter into, or contract, a marriage with a person having a spouse living. (2)     No Government employee, having a spouse living shall enter into, or contract, a marriage with any person: Provided that the Government may permit a Government employee to enter into, or contract, any such marriage as is referred to in sub-rule (1) or sub-rule (2), if it is satisfied that─ (a)     such marriage is permissible under the personal law applicable to such Government employee and the other party to the marriage; and (b)     there are other grounds for so doing. (3)     A Government employee who has married or marries a person other than of Indian nationality shall forthwith intimate the Government.  (4)     Every Government employee shall in his personal capacity observe strictly, the existing policies regarding age of marriage.                                                      
28.Consumption of intoxicating drinks and drugs.— A Government employee shall— (a)     strictly abide by any law, relating to intoxicating drink or drugs, in force in any area in which he may happen to be for the time being;         (b)     not be under the influence of any intoxicating drink or drug during the course of his duty and shall also take due care that the performance of his duties at any time is not affected in  any way by the influence of such drink or drug;                      (c)     not consume any intoxicating drinks, drugs or smoking in public place ;  (d)     not appear in a public place in a state of intoxication;   (e)     not be present on duty in a state of intoxication; and                                                   (f)      not use any intoxicating drinks or drugs to excess.   Explanation.─  For the purposes of this rule, “public place” means any place or premises (including conveyance) to which the public have or are permitted to have, access whether on payment or otherwise.         
29.Prohibition of child labour.— No Government employee shall employ any child below the age of 14 years as domestic help.
30.Power to interpret, amend and relax.— The power to give interpret, amend and relax these rules shall vest in the General Administration Department, whose decision thereon shall be final. Note.─ Communications regarding the interpretation and alteration of these rules shall be addressed to the General Administration Department through the Administrative Department concerned.
31.Delegation of power.— The Government may, by general or special order, direct that any power exercisable by it or any Head of Department under these rules (except the powers under rule 30) shall, subject to such conditions, if any, as may be specified in the order, be exercisable also by such officer or authority, as may be specified in the order
32.Repeal and saving.— (1)     The Government Employees (Conduct) Rules, 1966 (Appendix 23 of Punjab Civil Services Rules Volume-I, Part-II) are hereby repealed. (2)     Anything done or any action taken under the rules so repealed shall be deemed to have been done or taken under the corresponding provisions of these rules.


ANNEXURE-A

(See rule 24)

For the period from……………………………to…………………………….

DECLARATION FORM FOR MOVABLE PROPERTY HELD BY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE AND HIS/HER FAMILY MEMBERS UNDER RULE 24 OF THE HARYANA CIVIL SERVICES (GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES’ CONDUCT) RULES, 2016.

Name & Designation of the Govt. employee : …………………………………………………………

Address …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Statement made on……………………………………………………………………………………………..

(1)     Cash, jewellery, deposits, insurance policies, share, securities and debentures;

(2)     Loans and  advances by such Government employee whether secured or not;

(3)     Motor-cars, motor-cycle, horses, or any other means of conveyance; and

(4)     Refrigerators, radiograms and other electronic goods.

Description: (a)

(i)      Cash, jewellery, deposits, insurance policies, share, securities and debentures;

(ii)      Motor-cars, motor-cycle, horses, or any other means of conveyance; and

(iii)     Refrigerators, radiograms and other electronic goods.

Sr. No.Description of itemValueName of member of the Govt. employee’s family and Benamidar (if any in whose name the assets is held)Date and manner of fresh acquisition during the yearRemark
      
      
      
      

Description: (b)

(iv)     Detail of Loans

Sr. No.Amount of LoanIf loan is a secured one, nature of the security with appropriate valueName of member of the Govt. employee’s family who has advanced loanName with description of the loaneeDate with other particulars of the loan.Remarks
       
       
       
       

Note.—  Members of a Government employee’s family are those as mentioned in rule 3(c) of the Haryana Civil Services (Government Employees’ Conduct) Rules, 2016.

Dated:________________                                               Signature of the Govt. employee

ANNEXURE-B

(See rule 24)

For the period from……………………………to…………………………….

DECLARATION FORM FOR IMMOVABLE PROPERTY HELD BY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE AND MEMBERS OF HIS FAMILY UNDER RULE 24 OF THE
HARYANA CIVIL SERVICES (GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES’
CONDUCT) RULES, 2016.

Name & Designation of the Govt. employee : ……………………………………………………………….

Address …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Statement made on……………………………………………………………………………………………………

Note: (i)    All interest in land of a permanent nature whether ownership, mortgage or hereditary occupancy, should be entered also dwelling houses in State, District, Village or City.

(ii)    Members of a Government employee’s family are those as mentioned in rule 3(c) of the Haryana Civil Services (Government Employees’ Conduct) Rules, 2016.and in showing the holding of each, if a holding is Benami, the name of the Benamidar should also be mentioned.

Sr.
No.
Type of Property A.   Type of Land area/ plot size (Residential/Institutional/     Commercial/Agricultural/ etc.) B.   Building with plot size (Residential/Institutional/      
Commercial/Agricultural etc.)
Name of State, District, Sub- Division & Village or city in which property is locatedPlot/Agriculture Land (i)    Cost of Land (ii)   Year of            acquisitionBuilding (i)    constructed         area (ii)   No. of floors (iii)  cost of         construction/         Building  
12345
     
     
     
Sr.
No.
Mode of acquisition (Whether by purchase/ lease/Mortgage/ inheritance/gift etc.)Details of person/ authority from whom property acquiredwhether held in own name of employee or dependent (name & relation) and name of Benamidar (if any)Annual Income from each property in A & B category
15678
     
     
     

Dated:_________________                                             Signature of the Govt. Employee

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3-ifjHkk“kk,a-& bu fu;eksa esa] tc rd lUnHkZ ls vU;Fkk visf{kr u gks-& ¼d½  ^ljdkj* ls vfHkizk; gS] gfj;k.kk jkT; dh ljdkj(                                         ¼[k½  ^ljdkjh deZpkjh* ls vfHkizk; gS] gfj;k.kk jkT; ds ekeyksa ds lEcU/k esa fdlh flfoy lsok esa ;k in ij fu;qDr dksbZ O;fDrA O;k[;k-& ,slk ljdkjh deZpkjh ftldh lsok,a ljdkj }kjk fdlh dEiuh] fuxe] laxBu ;k fdlh LFkkuh; izkf/kdj.k dks lkSai nh xbZ gS] dks bu fu;eksa ds iz;kstu ds fy,] bl fLFkfr ds gksrs gq, Hkh fd mldk osru jkT; dh lafpr fuf/k ls fHkUu lzksrksa ls fudkyk x;k gS] ljdkj ds v/khu dk;Zjr ljdkjh deZpkjh ds :Ik esa le>k tk,xk( ¼x½   ljdkjh deZpkjh ds lEcU/k esa ^^ifjokj ds lnL;ksa esa ‘kkfey gSa&  (i)   ljdkjh deZpkjh dh iRuh ;k ifr] tSlh Hkh fLFkfr gks] pkgs ljdkjh deZpkjh ds lkFk fuokl dj jgh@jgk gS fdUrq blesa ,slh iRuh ;k ifr] tSlh Hkh fLFkfr gks] ‘kkfey  ugha gS tks l{ke U;k;ky; ds fMdzh ;k vkns’k }kjk ljdkjh deZpkjh ls vyx dh tk pqdh gS ;k pqdk gS( (ii) ljdkjh deZpkjh dk iq= ;k iq=h ;k lkSrsyk iq= ;k lkSrsyh iq=h rFkk tks iw.kZr;k mlij vkfJr gksa] fdUrq bl esa os ckyd ;k lkSrsys ckyd ‘kkfey ugha gSa tks ljdkjh deZpkjh ij fdlh Hkh :Ik esa vkfJr ugha gS ;k ftUgas viuh vfHkj{kk esa j[kus ls ljdkjh deZpkjh dks fdlh fof/k ds v/khu ;k }kjk oafpr fd;k x;k gS( rFkk (iii) dksbZ vU; O;fDr tks ljdkjh deZpkjh ds lkFk ;k ljdkjh deZpkjh dh iRuh ;k ifr ds lkFk [kwu ds fj’rs ;k fookg }kjk lacaf/kr gS vkSj iw.kZ :i ls ljdkjh deZpkjh ij vkfJr gSA ¼?k½  ^fofgr izkf/kdkjh* ls vfHkizk; gS- ¼i½    ¼d½  xzqi *d* dk in /kkj.k djus okys fdlh ljdkjh deZpkjh dh n’kk esa( ljdkj] flok, tgka fdlh iz;kstu ds fy, ljdkj }kjk dksbZ fuEurj izkf/kdkjh fofufnZ”V fd;k x;k gS ( ¼[k½  xzqi ^[k* dk in /kkj.k djus okys fdlh ljdkjh deZpkjh dh n’kk esa( foHkkxk/;{k( ¼x½  xzqi ^x* ;k ^?k* dk in /kkj.k djus okys fdlh ljdkjh deZpkjh dh n’kk esa dk;kZy;k/;{k( ¼ii½  fo/kku lHkk lfpoky; ds lfpo dh n’kk esa gfj;k.kk fo/kku lHkk dk v/;{k( rFkk lHkh vU; deZpkfj;ksa dh n’kk esa lfpo( ¼iii½ fdlh vU; foHkkx ;k fdlh vU; ljdkj esa fons’k lsok ij ;k izfrfu;qfDr ij fdlh ljdkjh deZpkjh ds lEcU/k esa] iSr`d foHkkx] ftlds laoxZ ij ,slk ljdkjh deZpkjh LFkkfir gS( ;k foHkkx ftlesa  og laoxZ ds lnL; ds :Ik esa iz’kklfud :Ik ls v/khuLFk gSA fVIi.k-& bu fu;eksa esa ugha ijUrq gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok ¼lkekU;½ fu;e] 2016 esa ifjHkkf”kr fd, x, ’kCnksa dk vFkZ bu fu;eksa ds fy, ogh gksxk(
4-lkekU;-& ¼1½   izR;sd ljdkjh deZpkjh gj le; ij&              (i)   iw.kZ bZekunkjh cuk, j[ksxk( (ii)  drZO; ds izfr fu”Bk cuk, j[ksxk( (iii) ,slk dksbZ ckr ugha djsxk tks ljdkjh deZpkjh ds fy, v’kksHkuh; gks ( rFkk (iv) ljdkjh uhfr;ksa ds vuqlkj dk;Z djsxkA O;k[;k-&dksbZ ljdkjh deZpkjh tks izk;% iz;kstu ds fy, fn, le; ds Hkhrj mldks lkSais x, dk;Z dks djus esa vknru vlQy jgrk gS rks mldh visf{kr vuqikyu dh xq.koRrk] mijksDr [k.M (ii) ds vFkZ ds vUrZxr] M~;wVh ds izfr fu”Bk dh deh ds :Ik esa le>h tk,xhA ¼2½   (i)  i;Zos{kh in /kkj.k djus okyk ljdkjh deZpkjh ,sls lHkh lEHko mik; djsxk ftuls mlds fu;a=.k rFkk izkf/kdkj ds v/khu lHkh ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa dh drZO; ds izfr bZekunkjh rFkk fu”Bk lqfuf’pr gks ldsA fVIi.k&bl mi&fu;e dks dsoy mu ekeyksa es ykxw fd;k tk,xk tgka lEc) i;Zos{kh vf/kdkjh dh vksj ls] mlds fu;a=.k rFkk izkf/kdkj ds v/khu lHkh ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa dks drZO;ksa ds izfr bZekunkjh vkSj fu“Bk dks lqfuf’pr djus ds fy, lHkh lEHko dne mBkus esa pwd gqbZ gS( (ii)  izR;sd ljdkjh deZpkjh vius ljdkjh drZO;ksa ds fuoZgu esa lqlH; jhfr esa dk;Z djsxk rFkk turk ;k vU;Fkk ds lkFk vius O;ogkj esa foyEcdkjh dk;Zuhfr ugha viuk,xkA       ¼3½   (i)  dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh vius ljdkjh drZO;ksa dh vuqikyuk esa ;k mldks iznÙk ‘kfDr;ksa dk iz;ksx djrs gq, viuh loksZRre foosdcqf) ls fHkUu dk;Z ugha djsxk] flok, tc og vius ofj”B in/kkjh ds funsZ’kk/khu dk;Z dj jgk gksA (ii)  ofj”B in/kkjh dk funsZ’k lkekU;r% fyf[kr esa gksxkA v/khuLFkksa dks ekSf[kd funsZ’k nsus ls] tgka rd laHko gks] cpk tk,xkA tgka ekSf[kd funsZ’k tkjh djuk vfuok;Z gks tkrk gS] ogka ofj”B in/kkjh mlds rqjUr Ik’pkr~ mls fyf[kr esa iq”V djsxk( (iii) dksbZ ljdkjh deZpkjh] ftlus vius ofj”B in/kkjh ls ekSf[kd funsZ’k izkIr fd;k gS ;Fkk laHko ‘kh?kz mldh fyf[kr esa iqf”V djok,xk] rRi’pkr~ ofj”B in/kkjh dk ;g drZO; gksxk fd og funsZ’k dh fyf[kr esa iqf”V djsA O;k[;k-& tc ‘kfDr;ksa vkSj ftEesokfj;ksa ds forj.k dh ;kstuk ds vUrxZr ,sls vuqns’k vko’;d ugha gSa] rks mijksDr mi [k.M (i) dh fdlh ckr dk ,slk vFkZ ugha yxk;k tk,xk ftlls ljdkjh deZpkjh dks ;g ‘kfDr izkIr gks fd og ml le; ofj“B vf/kdkjh ;k izkf/kdkjh ds vuqns’k izkIr djds ;k muds vuqeksnu ls viuh ftEesokfj;ksa ls cp ldsA
5-dk;Z vkSj vkpj.k tks dnkpkj dh Js.kh esa vkrk gS-& fuEufyf[kr dk;Z vkSj pwd dnkpkj dh Js.khesa vkrs gSa& (i)   ofj”B ds fdlh fof/klaxr rFkk ;qfDr;qDr vkns’k dh tkucw>dj voKk] ;k vkKksYyaa?ku pkgs vdsys ;k vU;ksa ds lkFk la;qDr :Ik ls( (ii) vfo’okl] fo’okl?kkr] vfo’oluh;rk] pksjh vkSj /kks[kk] ;k Lkjdkjh fdz;kdykiksa ;k bldh lEifÙk dks lEHkkyus ds lEcU/k esa csbZekuh( (iii) fof/k dk cy j[kus okyh fdlh fof/k fu;e ds mica/kksa dh mYya?kuk esa gM+rky] /kjuk] ?ksjko] dke jksduk ;k dke jksdus ds fy, vU; dks mdlkuk( (iv)  dk;kZy; le; ds nkSjku ;k ds ckn fdlh LFkku ij ?kksj uSfrd dnkpkj] vuq’kklughurk] fo/oald dk;Z] naxs ;k minzoh O;ogkj( (v)   dk;Z LFky ij dk;Z le; ds nkSjku ;k ckn esa naxs rFkk minzoh O;ogkj( (vi)  mis{kk dh dksfV esa vkus okyh( dk;Z ;k drZO; dh ykijokgh ;k mis{kk( (vii) dk;Z ;k drZO; dh vkH;kfld ykijokgh ;k mis{kk( (viii) vuqefr ds fcuk vkH;kfld vuqifLFkfr rFkk vodk’k ds mijkUr vuqifLFkr jguk( (ix)  fdlh vkijkf/kd U;k;ky; }kjk nks”k&flf)A fdlh deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k dnkpkj dh Js.kh gks ldrk gS& (i)   ;fn dk;Z ;k vkpj.k fu;kstd@foHkkx ds fgrksa ;k fu;kstd@foHkkx dh [;kfr ds fy, gkfudj gS ;k gkfudj gksus ds fy, laHkkO; gS( (ii)  ;fn dk;Z ;k vkpj.k mlds fu;kstd@foHkkx ds izfr vius drZO; ds lE;d~ ;k ‘kkfUriw.kZ fuoZgu esa vlaxr ;k ijLij fojks/kh gS( (iii) ;fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k lsok esa mls cuk, j[kus ds fy, fu;kstd gsrq vlqjf{kr gS( (iv)  ;fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k bruk vR;f/kd vuSfrd gS fd lHkh le>nkj euq”; dgsaa fd deZpkjh ij fo’okl ugha fd;k tk ldrk( (v)   ;fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k ,slk gS fd fu;kstd@foHkkx vius deZpkjh dh bZekunkjh ij fo’okl ugha dj ldrk( (vi)  ;fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k ,slk gS fd og vius drZO;ksaa dk fuoZgu leqfpr :Ik ls u djus ds fy, vius izyksHkuksa dks lc ds le{k izdV djrk gS( (vii) ;fn deZpkjh fuUnkRed gS ;k ;fn og vius fu;kstu ds LFkku ij ‘kkfUr Hkax djrk gS( (viii) ;fn og bl Lrj rd vieku djus okyk rFkk voKkdkjh gS tSls fu;kstd@ foHkkx rFkk deZpkjh ds lkFk lEcU/k tkjh j[kus es ijLij fojks/kh gS( (ix)  ;fn deZpkjh] ftl dk;Z ds fy, og yxk;k x;k gS] ds lEcU/k esa vkH;kfld :Ik ls ykijokg gS( (x)   ;fn deZpkjh }kjk mis{kk] Hkys gh ;nkdnk gks] xEHkhj ifj.kkeksa dh vksj ys tkus dk dkj.k curh gS(
6-ukSdjh djus okyh efgykvksa ds ;kSu mRihM+u dk fu“ks/k-& ¼1½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh efgyk ls mlds dk;Z LFkku ij ;kSu mRihM+u ds fdlh dk;Z esa fyIr ugha gksxk( ¼2½   izR;sd ljdkjh deZpkjh tks dk;Z LFkku dk izHkkjh gS ,sls dk;Z LFkku ij fdlh efgyk ds ;kSu mRihM+u dh jksdFkke ds fy, mfpr dne mBk,xkA O;k[;k-& bl fu;e ds iz;kstu ds fy, ^^;kSu mRihM+u** esa ,slk vokaNuh; ;kSu lEcU/kh vo/kkfjr O;ogkj] pkgs izR;{k gkss ;k vU;Fkk] ‘kkfey gS] tSls fd& ¼d½  ‘kkjhfjd lEidZ rFkk vkxzg( ¼[k½  ;kSu vuqxzg dh ekax ;k fuosnu( ¼x½  ;kSu jaftr dFku( ¼?k½  dksbZ v’yhy lkexzh fn[kkuk( rFkk ¼³½   ;kSu izo`fr dk dksbZ vU; vokaNuh; ‘kkjhfjd] ekSf[kd ;k xSj&ekSf[kd vkpj.kA
7-ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ds fudV lacaf/k;ksa dk fu;kstu-& ¼1½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh dEiuh ;k QeZ esa] vius ifjokj ds fdlh lnL; dks jkstxkj fnykus ds fy, vius in ;k izHkko dk izR;{k ;k vizR;{k :Ik ls mi;ksx ugha djsxkA ¼2½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh dEiuh ;k QeZ esa] ftlds lkFk mldk ljdkjh ysunsu gS] ljdkj dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ds fcuk vius ifjokj ds lnL; dks fu;kstu Lohdkj djus ds fy, vuqefr ugha nsxk( ijUrq tgka fu;kstu dh LohÑfr ds fy, ljdkj dh iwoZ Lohd`fr dh fy, izrh{kk ugha dh tk ldrh ogka fLFkfr ]?kVuksRrj Lohd`fr ds vuqjks/k ds lkFk fofgr izkf/kdkjh dks Li”V dh tk,xhA
8-ljdkjh deZpkjh }kjk fudV lacaf/k;ksa dks lafonk dh Lohd`fr-& dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh viuh ljdkjh M~;wfV;ksa ds fuoZgu esa] fdlh Hkh ekeys esa ;k fdlh miØe ;k ,sls fdlh vU; O;fDr ds lkFk dksbZ ysu&nsu ugha djsxk ;k dksbZ lafonk ugh djsxk ;k mldh Lohd`fr ugha nsxk] ;fn mlds ifjokj dk dksbZ lnL; ml miØe esa ;k ml O;fDr ds v/khu fu;ksftr fd;k x;k gS ;k og ;k mlds ifjokj dk dksbZ lnL; fdlh vU; jhfr esa ,sls ekeys ;k lafonk esa fgr j[krk gSA ljdkjh deZpkjh vius ofj”B in/kkjh dks izR;sd ,slk ekeyk ;k lafonk Hkstsxk rFkk ekeys ;k lafonk dk] mlds ckn ml izkf/kdkjh ds vuqns’kksa ds vuqlkj fuiVku fd;k tk,xk] ftldks lUnfHkZr fd;k x;k gSA
9-jktuhfr rFkk pqukoksa esa Hkkx ysuk-& ¼1½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh jktuhfrd ny ;k fdlh ,sls laxBu dk] tks jktuhfr esa Hkkx ysrk gS] lnL; ugha gksxk ;k mlls vU;Fkk lEc) ugha gksxk] blds lkFk gh og fdlh jktuhfrd vkUnksyu ;k xfrfof/k esa Hkkx ugha ysxk] u gh mldh lgk;rk ds fy, pank nsxk vkSj u gh mldh fdlh vU; jhfr esa lgk;rk djsxkA ¼2½   izR;sd ljdkjh deZpkjh dk ;g drZO; gksxk fd og vius ifjokj ds fdlh Hkh lnL; dks fdlh ,sls vkUnksyu ;k xfrfof/k esa Hkkx ysus ;k mldh lgk;rk ds fy, pUnk nsus ;k fdlh vU; jhfr esa mldh lgk;rk djus ls jksdus ds fy, iz;Ru djs] tks izR;{k ;k vizR;{k :Ik ls fof/k }kjk LFkkfir ljdkj ds fy, fouk’kd gks ldrh gS ;k ,slk gksus dk dkj.k curh gS vkSj tgka ljdkjh deZpkjh vius ifjokj ds lnL; dks fdlh ,sls vkUnksyu ;k xfrfof/k esa Hkkx ysus ;k lgk;rk ds fy, pank nsus ;k fdlh vU; jhfr esa lgk;rk djus ds fy, jksdus esa vleFkZ gks ogka og ljdkj dks bl vk’k; dh fjiksVZ djsxkA ¼3½   ;fn dksbZ ,slk iz’u mRiUu gksrk gS fd D;k dksbZ ny jktuhfrd ny gS ;k D;k dksbZ laxBu jktuhfr esa Hkkx ysrk gS ;k D;k dksbZ vkUnksyu ;k xfrfof/k mi fu;e ¼2½ ds vUrxZr vkrh gS] rks bl ij ljdkj dk fu.kZ; vfUre gksxkA ¼4½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh fo/kku e.My ;k LFkkuh; izkf/kdj.k ds pquko ds lEcU/k esa izpkj ugha djsxk ;k  vU;Fkk gLr{ksi ugha djsxk ;k  vius izHkko dk mi;ksx ugha djsxk ;k mlesa Hkkx ugha ysxk % ijUrq─                                ¼ad½  ,sls pquko esa er Mkyus ds fy, vfgZr ljdkjh deZpkjh vius er ds vf/kdkj dk iz;ksx dj ldrk gS] fdUrq tgka og ,slk djrk gS] ogka og ml O;ogkj dk dksbZ ladsr ugha nsxk ftlesa og er Mkyus ds fy, izLrko djrk gS ;k mlus er Mkyk gS(                                                                ¼[k½  fdlh ljdkjh deZpkjh dks dsoy blh dkj.k bl mi&fu;e ds mica/kksa dk mYya?ku djus okyk ugha le>k tk,xk fd mlus ml le; ykxw fdlh fof/k }kjk ;k ds v/khu ml ij vf/kjksfir fdlh drZO; dk lE;d :Ik ls ikyu djrs gq, fdlh pquko ds lapkyu esa lgk;rk dh gSA O;k[;k-& ljdkjh deZpkjh }kjk vius ’kjhj] okgu ;k fuokl LFkku ij fdlh pquko fpg~u dk izn’kZu] bl mi&fu;e ds vFkZ ds Hkhrj fdlh pquko ds lEcU/k esa vius izHkko dk iz;ksx djus dh Js.kh esa vk,xkA
10-laLFkkvksa esa lfEefyr gksuk-& ¼1½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh ,slh laLFkk esa u rks lfEefyr gksxk rFkk u gh mldk lnL; cuk jgsxk ftlds mn~ns’; ;k xfrfof/k;ka¡ Hkkjr dh izHkqlÙkk rFkk v[kaMrk ;k yksd O;oLFkk ;k uSfrdrk ds fgrksa ds izfrdwy gksaA ¼2½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh jkT; Lrj ij rFkk jk”Vªh; Lrj ij ,slh ,d ls vf/kd laLFkkvksa] ftudk mn~ns’; ;k xfrfof/k;ka [ksyksa dks inksUur djus ls lacaf/kr gaS] dk lnL;@in/kkjh ugha gksxkA ;|kfi [ksy foHkkx dk deZpkjh jkT; Lrj rFkk jk”Vhª; Lrj ij dsoy ,d laLFkk dk lnL;@in/kkjh cu ldrk gS vkSj og Hkh viuss Lo;a ds fo’ks”k.k@f’k{k.k ds {ks= esaA
11-izn’kZu rFkk gM+rkysa-& dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh& (i)   fdlh ,sls izn’kZu esa u rks Lo;a lfEefyr gksxk] u gh mlesa Hkkx ysxk tks Hkkjr dh izHkqlRrk rFkk v[k.Mrk] jkT; dh lqj{kk] fons’kh jkT;ksa ds lkFk fe=rkiw.kZ lEcU/kksa] yksd&O;oLFkk] f’k”Vrk ;k uSfrdrk ds fgrksa ds izfrdwy gks ;k ftlesa U;k;ky; dh voekuuk] eku&gkfu ;k vijk/k ds fy, HkM+dkuk ‘kkfey gks( ;k (ii)  viuh lsok ;k fdlh vU; ljdkjh deZpkjh dh lsok ls lacaf/kr fdlh ekeys ds lEcU/k esa u rks fdlh izdkj dh gM+rky dk lgkjk ysxk vkSj u gh fdlh izdkj ls blds fy, fdlh dks mdlk,xkA
12-eqnz.k ;k bysDVªksfud ehfM;k ls lEcU/k-& ¼1½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ds fcuk] fdlh lekpkj&i= ;k vU; fu;rdkfyd izdk’ku ;k bySDVªksfud ehfM;k dks lEiknu ;k izcU/ku dks iw.kZ:Ik esa ;k vkaf’kd :Ik esa mldks lapkfyr ugha djsxk ;k mlesa Hkkx ugh ysxkA ¼2½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj ;k fofgr izkf/kdkjh dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ds fcuk ;k vius dÙkZO;ksa ds ln~HkkoiwoZd fuoZgu ds flok;& ¼d½  Lo;a ;k fdlh izdk’kd ds ek/;e ls iqLrd izdkf’kr ugha djsxk ;k fdlh iqLrd ds fy, ;k ys[kksa ds ladyu ds fy, dksbZ ys[k ugha nsxk( ;k                                     ¼[k½  vius uke ls ;k vKkr uke ls ;k Nn~uke ls ;k fdlh vU; O;fDr ds uke ls ifCyd ehfM;k esa Hkkx ugha ysxk ;k lekpkj i= ;k fu;rdkfyd if=dk dks ys[k ugha Hkstsxk ;k dksbZ i= ugha fy[ksxk(  ijUrq dksbZ Hkh ,slh Lohd`fr fuEufyf[kr ds fy, visf{kr ugha gksxh%& ¼1½  ;fn ,slk izdk’ku fdlh izdk’kd ds ek/;e ls gks vkSj iw.kZr;k lkfgfR;d] dykRed ;k oSKkfud fdLe dk gks( ;k ¼2½   ;fn ,slk ys[k] izlkj.k ;k ys[ku iw.kZr;k lkfgfR;d] dykRed ;k oSKkfud fdLe dk gks% ijUrq ;g vkSj fd ljdkj fdlh Hkh le; lquokbZ dk ;qfDr;qDr volj nsus ds ckn bl izdkj iznku dh xbZ LOkhd`fr dks okfil ys ldrh gS ;fn ;g fo’okl djus ds dksbZ dkj.k gksa fd Lohd`fr dk nq#i;ksx fd;k tk jgk gSA
13-ljdkj dh vkykspuk-& dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh jsfM;ks izlkj.k esa ;k vius Lo;a ds uke ls ;k vKkr uke ls ;k Nn~euke ls ;k fdlh vU; O;fDr ds uke ls izdkf’kr fdlh bySDVªksfud ehfM;k es a;k fdlh nLrkost esa ;k izSl dks nh xbZ fdlh lwpuk esa ;k fdlh lkoZtfud Hkk”k.k esa rF; ;k jk; dk dksbZ ,slk dFku ugha nsxk& (i)   tks Hkkjr ljdkj] gfj;k.kk ljdkj ;k fdlh vU; jkT; ljdkj dh fdlh izpfyr ;k orZeku uhfr ;k dkjZokbZ dh fdlh izfrdwy vkykspuk dk izHkko j[krk gks(                                (ii)  tks gfj;k.kk ljdkj vkSj Hkkjr ljdkj ;k Hkkjr esa fdlh vU; jkT; ljdkj ds chp lEcU/kksa dks fcxkM+us okyk gks( ;k                      (iii) tks Hkkjr ljdkj ;k gfj;k.kk ljdkj vkSj fdlh fons’kh jkT; dh ljdkj ds chp lEcU/k dks fcxkM+us okyk gks% ijUrq bl fu;e esa nh xbZ dksbZ Hkh izko/kku ljdkjh deZpkjh }kjk viuh inh; gSfl;r esa ;k mls lkSaih xbZ M~;wfV;ksa dk lE;d~ ikyu djrs gq, fn, x, fdUgha dFkuksa ;k vfHkO;Dr fd, x, fopkjksa ij ykxw ugha gksxhA
14-lfefr ;k fdlh vU; izkf/kdkjh ds le{k lk{;-& ¼1½   mi&fu;e ¼3½ esa ;Fkk micaf/kr ds flok,] dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ds fcuk fdlh O;fDr] lfefr ;k izkf/kdkjh }kjk lapkfyr fdlh tkap ds lEcU/k esa lk{; ugha nsxkA                                            ¼2½   tgka mi&fu;e ¼1½ ds v/khu dksbZ Lohd`fr nh xbZ gS] ogka ,slk lk{; nsus okyk dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh Hkkjr ljdkj] gfj;k.kk ljdkj ;k fdlh vU; jkT; ljdkj dh uhfr ;k fdlh dkjZokbZ dh vkykspuk ugha djsxkA  ¼3½   bl fu;e esa nh xbZ dksbZ Hkh ckr fuEufyf[kr ij ykxw ugha gksxh%& ¼d½  ljdkj] laln ;k jkT; fo/kkue.My }kjk fu;qDr fdlh izkf/kdkjh ds lkeus fdlh tkap esa fn;k x;k lk{;( ;k ¼[k½  fdlh U;kf;d tkap esa fn;k x;k lk{;( ¼x½   ljdkj ds v/khuLFk izkf/kdkfj;ksa ds vkns’k ls fdlh foHkkxh; tkap esa fn;k x;k lk{;A         ¼4½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh mi&fu;e ¼3½ esa fufnZ”V fdlh lk{; dks nsrs gq, ,sls lk{; dk izpkj ugha djsxkA
15-‘kkldh; tkudkjh dh lalwpuk-& izR;sd ljdkjh deZpkjh vius drZO;ksa ds ln~HkkoiwoZd vuqikyu esa] vke ukxfjd ;k fdlh laxBu ds lnL; dks iw.kZ vkSj lgh lwpuk lalwfpr djsxk] tks lwpuk dk vf/kdkj vf/kfu;e 2005 ¼2005 dk 22½ ds v/khu izdV dh tkuh gS( ijUrq dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh ljdkj ds fdlh lk/kkj.k ;k fo’ks”k vkns’k ds vuqlkj ;k mldks lkSais x, drZO;ksa dk ln~HkkoiwoZd vuqikyu djus ds flok,] fdlh ljdkjh nLrkost ;k mlds fdlh Hkkx dks izR;{k ;k vizR;{k :Ik esa] fdlh ljdkjh deZpkjh ;k fdlh vU; O;fDr] ftldks og ,sls nLrkost ;k lwpuk lalwfpr djus ds fy, izkf/kd`r ugha gS] dks tkudkjh lalwfpr ugha djsxkA
16-pans-& dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj ;k fofgr izkf/kdkjh dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ds fcuk fdlh Hkh mn~ns’; ds fy,] pkgs tks Hkh gks] vuqlj.k djrs gq, udn ;k fdlh Hkh :Ik esa fdlh izdkj dh fuf/k ;k vU; laxzg.k ds fy, u rks pank ekaxsxk] u gh Lohdkj djsxk vkSj u gh mlesa Lo;a dks vU;Fkk lg;ksftr djsxkA
17-migkj-& ¼1½   bu fu;eksa esa ;Fkk vU;Fkk micaf/kr ds flok;] dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh u rks Lo;a dksbZ migkj Lohdkj djsxk] u gh vius ifjokj ds fdlh lnL; dks ;k mldh vksj ls dke dj jgs fdlh vU; O;fDr dks migkj Lohdkj djus dh vuqefr nsxkA O;k[;k-& ^^migkj** ‘kCn esa fu%’kqYd ifjogu] vkokl] Hkkstu&O;oLFkk ;k vU; lsok ;k dksbZ vU; vkfFkZd ykHk ‘kkfey gS ftldh O;oLFkk fdlh ,sls O;fDr }kjk dh xbZ gks tks mlds fdlh ,sls fudV laca/kh ;k futh fe= ls fHkUu gS ftldk ljdkjh deZpkjh ds lkFk dksbZ ljdkjh ysu nsu ugha gSA fVIi.k 1-& vkdfLed Hkkst ;k vU; lkekftd vfrfFk lRdkj dks migkj ds :Ik esa ugha le>k tk,xkA fVIi.k 2-& dksbZ ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh ,sls O;fDr ls] ftldk mlds lkFk ljdkjh rkSj ij ysu nsu gks] ;k vkS|ksfxd ;k okf.kfT;d Qeks±] laxBuksa bR;kfn }kjk fd, tkus okys vR;kf/kd vfrfFk lRdkj ;k ckj&ckj fn, tkus okys vfrfFk lRdkj dks Lohdkj djus ls cpsxkA  ¼2½   fookgksa] o”kZxkaBksa] vUR;sf”B;ksa ;k /kkfeZd lekjksgksa tSls voljksa ij] tgka migkj nsuk izpfyr /kkfeZd rFkk lkekftd izFkk ds vuq:Ik gks] ljdkjh deZpkjh vius fudV lacaf/k;ksa ls ;k mlls ljdkjh O;ogkj u j[kus okys vius oS;fDrd fe=ksa ls migkj Lohdkj dj ldrk gS] fdUrq ;fn ,sls migkj dk ewY; fuEufyf[kr ls vf/kd gks rks og ljdkj dks bldh lwpuk nsxk%& 1-    dksbZ xzqi ^d* dk in /kkj.k djus okys ljdkjh deZpkjh dh n’kk esa 7000@& #i;s( 2-    dksbZ xzqi ^[k* in /kkj.k djus okys ljdkjh deZpkjh dh n’kk esa] 4000@& #i;s( 3-    dksbZ xzaqi ^x* in /kkj.k djus okys ljdkjh deZpkjh dh n’kk esa 2000@& #i;s( rFkk 4-    dksbZ xzaqi ^?k* in /kkj.k djus okys ljdkjh deZpkjh dh n’kk esa 1000@& #i;sA ¼3½   fdlh vU; ekeys esa] ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj dh Lohd`fr ds fcuk dksbZ migkj Lohdkj ugha djsxk] ;fn mldk ewY; fuEufyf[kr ls vf/kd gks& 1-    dksbZ xzqi ^d* rFkk ^[k* dk in /kkj.k djus okys ljdkjh deZpkjh dh n’kk esa 1500@& #i;s] 2-    dksbZ xzqi ^x* rFkk ^?k* dk in /kkj.k djus okys ljdkjh deZpkjh dh n’kk esa 500@& #i;s] ¼4½   mi&fu;e ¼2½ rFkk ¼3½ esa nh xbZ fdlh ckr ds gksrs gq, Hkh] ljdkjh deZpkjh] Hkkjrh; f’k”Ve.My ;k vU;Fkk dk lnL; gksus ij] fons’kh izfrf”Br O;fDr ls migkj izkIr dj ldrk gS rFkk j[k ldrk gS] ;fn ,d volj ij izkIr fd, x, migkjksa dk cktkj ewY; ,d gtkj #i;s ls vf/kd ugha gS] lHkh vU; ekeyksa esa] ,sls migkj Lohdkj djuk rFkk j[kuk ljdkj }kjk bl lEcU/k esa le;≤ ij tkjh fd, x, vuqns’kkasa }kjk fofu;fer fd;k tk,xkA
18-ngst dk izfrks/k-& ¼1½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh&                                             (i)   ngst ugha nsxk rFkk ngst ugha ysxk ;k mls nsus ;k ysus ds fy, mdlk,xk ugh] ;k (ii)  nqYgu ;k nwYgs ds ekrk&firk ;k laj{kd] tSlh Hkh fLFkfr gks] ls izR;{k ;k vizR;{k :Ik ls ngst ugha ekaxsxkA O;k[;k-& bl fu;e ds iz;kstu ds fy, ^ngst* dk ogh vFkZ gS tks gfj;k.kk jkT; esa ykxw ;Fkk la’kksf/kr ngst izfr“ks/k vf/kfu;e] 1961 ¼1961 dk 28½ esa gSA ¼2½   izR;sd ljdkjh deZpkjh mldh ‘kknh ds ckn vius foHkkxk/;{k dks ?kks”k.kk izLrqr djsxk fd mlus dksbZ ngst ugha fy;k gSA ?kks”k.kk mldh iRuh] firk rFkk llqj }kjk gLrk{kfjr gksxhA
19-ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ds lEeku esa lkoZtfud vk;kstu-& ¼1½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ds fcuk] iz’kalkRed ;k fonkbZ&vfHkuUnu izkIr ugha djsxk ;k dksbZ iz’kalk&i= Lohdkj ugha djsxk vkSj vius lEeku esa ;k fdlh vU; ljdkjh deZpkjh ds lEEkku esa vk;ksftr fdlh lHkk ;k lRdkj esa mifLFkr ugha gksxk( ijUrq bl fu;e esa nh xbZ dksbZ Hkh ckr fuEufyf[kr dks ykxw ugha gksxh& ¼d½  ljdkjh deZpkjh ;k fdlh vU; ljdkjh deZpkjh dks mldh lsokfuo`fr ds volj ij ;k LFkkukUrj.k ij ;k fdlh ,sls O;fDr] ftlus gky gh esa fdlh ljdkj dh lsok NksM+h gS] ds lEeku esa vk;ksftr rkfRod :Ik ls futh vkSj vukSipkfjd Lo#i dk fonkbZ lRdkj( ;k ¼[k½  yksd fudk;ksa ;k laLFkkvksa }kjk izcfU/kr lkns vkSj lLrs lRdkj dks Lohdkj djukA            ¼2½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh fonkbZ lRdkj esa pank nsus gsrq fdlh ljdkjh deZpkjh dks izsfjr djus ds fy, fdlh fdLe ds ncko ;k izHkko dk iz;ksx ugha djsxk pkgs ;g rkfRod :Ik ls futh ;k vukSipkfjd Lo:Ik dk gksA
20-futh O;olk; ;k jkstxkj-& ¼1½   mifu;e ¼2½ ds mica/kksa ds v/;k/khu] dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ds fcuk& ¼d½  izR;{k ;k vizR;{k :i ls fdlh O;olk; ;k dkjksckj esa Hkkx ugha ysxk( ;k ¼[k½  fdlh vU; jkstxkj esa yxus ds fy, ckrphr ugha djsxk( ;k ¼x½   fdlh fudk;] pkgs fuxfer gS ;k ugha] esa fuokZpukRed in /kkj.k ugha djsxk] fuokZpukRed in ds fy, mEehnokj ¼mEehnokjksa½ gsrq i+{k&izpkj ugha djsxk( ;k ¼?k½   mlds ifjokj ds fdlh lnL; ds LokfeRok/khu ;k }kjk izcfU/kr chek ,tsUlh] deh’ku ,tsUlh bR;kfn ds fdlh dkjksckj ds leFkZu esa i{k&izpkj ugha djsxk( ;k ¼³½  dEiuh vf/kfu;e] 2013 ¼2013 dk 18½ vFkok ml le; ykxw fdlh vU; fof/k ds v/khu iathd`r fdlh cSad ;k vU; dEiuh ;k okf.kfT;d iz;kstuksa ds fy, fdlh lgdkjh lkslkbZVh ds iathdj.k] izksRlkgu ;k izcU/ku esa viuh ljdkjh drZO;ksa ds fuoZgu ds vykok Hkkx ugha ysxk( ;k ¼p½   fuEufyf[kr dks xfBr djus esa ;k fdlh :i esa Lo;a dks lg;qDr djus esa] Hkkx ugha ysxk %& (i)   dksbZ izorZd ehfM;k ¼jsfM;ks] Vsyhfotu lfgr½ izksxzke( ;k (ii)  ljdkjh ehfM;k }kjk vf/kd`r fdUrq fdlh ckgjh ,tsUlh }kjk izLrqr dksbZ ehfM;k izksxzke( ;k (iii)     ohfM;ks eSxthu lfgr futh :Ik esa izLrqr jsfM;ks ;k Vsyhfotu ;k vU; ehfM;k izksxzke% ijUrq fdlh Hkh iwoZ vuqefr dh vko’;drk ugha gksxh ;fn nwjn’kZu }kjk ;k viuh ljdkjh gSfl;r esa ml }kjk laO;ogkfjd fdlh Hkh fo”k; ij izLrqr izksxzke esa ljdkjh deZpkjh Hkkx ysrk gSA ¼N½  fdlh xSj&ljdkjh laxBu ¼,u-th-vks-½ dh vU; izdkj dh xfrfof/k;ksa ds iathdj.k] izksRlkgu] izcU/ku esa u rks Lo;a dks ‘kkfey djsxk vkSj u gh Lo;a dks yxk,xk ;fn og dsUnzh; ljdkj] jkT; ljdkj ;k fdlh vUrjkZ”Vªh; laxBu ;k ,tsUlh }kjk lgk;rk izkIr gSA ¼2½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ds fcuk fuEufyf[kr esa  Hkkx ys ldrk gS %& ¼d½  lkekftd ;k /kekZFkZ Lo:Ik ds voSrfud dk;Z esa( ;k] ¼[k½  lkfgfR;d] dykRed ;k oSKkfud Lo:Ik ds izklafxd dk;Z esa( ;k ¼x½   ‘kkSfd;k :Ik esa [ksy xfrfof/k;ksa esa( ;k ¼?k½   lkslkbZVh iathdj.k vf/kfu;e] 1860 ¼1860 dk 21½ ;k ml le; ykxw fdlh vU; fof/k ds v/khu iathd`r fdlh lkfgfR;d] oSKkfud ;k /kekZFkZ lkslkbZVh ds] ;k fdlh Dyc] ;k blh izdkj ds laxBu] ftuds mn~ns’; ;k y{; [ksyksa] lkaLd`frd ;k euksjatd xfrfof/k;ksa ds  izksRlkgu ls lacaf/kr gSa] ds iathdj.k] izksRlkgu ;k izcU/ku ¼bl esa fuokZfpr in dks /kkj.k djuk ‘kkfey ugha gS½ esa( ;k ¼³½  lgdkjh lkslkbVh vf/kfu;e] 1912 ¼1912 dk 2½ ;k fdlh jkT; esa ml le; ykxw fdlh vU; fof/k ds v/khu iathd`r ljdkjh deZpkjh ds ykHk ds fy, rkfRod :Ik ls fdlh lgdkjh lkslkbZVh ds iathdj.k] izksRlkgu ;k izcU/ku ¼blesa fuokZfpr in dks /kkj.k djus okyk ‘kkfey ugha gS½] esa( c’krsZ& (i)   og ,slh xfrfof/k;ksa esa Hkkx ysuk cUn djsxk ;fn ljdkj }kjk ,slk fufnZ”V fd;k x;k gS( rFkk (ii)  bl mi&fu;e ds [k.M ¼?k½ ;k ¼³½ ds v/khu vkus okys fdlh ekeys esa mlds ljdkjh dÙkZO; ml }kjk ckf/kr ugha gkasxs rFkk og ,slh xfrfof/k esa mlds Hkkx ysus ds ,d ekl dh vof/k ds Hkhrj] ljdkj dks mlds Hkkx ysus ds Lo:Ik ds fooj.k nsrs gq, fjiksVZ djsxkA O;k[;k 1-& ^^lgdkjh lkslkbZVh** ls vfHkizk; gS] lgdkjh lkslkbZVh vf/kfu;e] 1912 ¼1912 dk 2½ ;k fdlh jkT; esa ml le; ykxw ljdkjh lkslkbZVh ls lacaf/kr fdlh vU; fof/k ds v/khu iathd`r ;k iathd`r ds :Ik esa le>h xbZ dksbZ lkslkbZVhA O;k[;k 2-& f}rh; ijUrqd esa fufnZ“V fuokZpd in ds mEehnokj gsrq i{k&izpkj djuk bl mi&fu;e ds mYya?ku ds :Ik esa le>k tk,xkA ¼3½   izR;sd ljdkjh deZpkjh] ;fn mlds ifjokj dk dksbZ lnL; O;kikj ;k dkjksckj esa yxk gqvk gS ;k fdlh chek ,tsaUlh ;k deh’ku ,tsalh dk Lokeh gS ;k mldk izcU/k pykrk gS] rks ljdkj dks ml rF; dh lwpuk nsxkA ¼4½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh fofgr izkf/kdkjh dh LohÑfr ds fcuk fdlh yksd fudk; ;k fdlh izkbosV O;fDr ds fy, fd, x, fdlh dk;Z ds fy, dksbZ Qhl Lohdkj ugha djsxkA O;k[;k& ^Qhl* ‘kCn dks gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok ¼lkekU;½ fu;eksa esa ifjHkkfkr fd;k x;k gSA
21-ljdkjh vkokl-& ¼1½   fdlh Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh dks vkcafVr ljdkjh vkokl dks mi&fdjk, ;k iV~Vs ij ;k vU;Fkk iz;qDr ugha fd;k tk,xkA ¼2½   ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkjh vkokl ds mlds vkcaVu ds jn~ndj.k ds ckn l{ke izkf/kdkjh }kjk fofgr le; lhek ds Hkhrj mls [kkyh djsxkA
22-iwath yxkuk] m/kkj nsuk rFkk m/kkj ysuk-& ¼d½  ‘ks;jksa rFkk _.k&i=ksa bR;kfn ds foØ; rFkk Ø; esa laO;ogkj-& ¼1½   LVkWd] ‘ks;j] _.k&i= bR;kfn esa iwath yxkus ij] fofgr izkf/kdkjh dks bldh lwpuk uhps fn, x, iz#i esa nh tk,xh& (i)   xzqi ^d* rFkk ^[k* deZpkjh dk] ;fn ‘ks;jksa] izfrHkwfr;ksa] _.k&i=ksa ;k E;wP;wvy Q.M Ldhe bR;kfn esa] dqy laO;ogkj dys.Mj o”kZ ds nkSjku 50]000@& #i;s ls vf/kd gS( rFkk (ii)  xqzi ^x* rFkk ^?k* deZpkjh dk] ;fn ‘ks;jksa] izfrHkwfr;ksa] _.k&i=ksa ;k E;wP;wvy Q.M Ldhe bR;kfn esa] dqy laO;ogkj dyS.Mj o”kZ ds nkSjku #i;s 25]000@& #i;s ls vf/kd gSA ;fn oS;fDrd laO;ogkj fu;e 24 ds mifu;e ¼3½ esa fofgr jkf’k ls vf/kd gS] rks fofgr izkf/kdkjh dks Hkh lwfpr djuk vko’;d gksxkA mi&fu;e ¼1½ esa fofgr lwpuk blds vfrfjDr gksxh] tgka lafpr laO;ogkj vFkkZr~ ‘ks;jksa] izfrHkwfr;ksa] _.k&i=ksa ;k E;wP;wvy Q.M bR;kfn esa foØ;] Ø; ;k nksuksa fdlh o”kZ esa mi&fu;e ¼1½ esa fufnZ”V lhekvksa ls vf/kd gSA ‘ks;jksa] izfrHkwfr;ksa] _.k&i=ksa rFkk E;wP;wvy Q.M Ldheksa] bR;kfn esa fuos’k djus dss fy, laO;ogkjksa ds fy, lwpuk nsus ds fy, iz:i 1- Ukke rFkk inuke   2- Oksrueku rFkk orZeku osru   3- dyS.Mj o”kZ ds nkSjku ‘ks;j izfrHkwfr;ksa] _.k&i=ksa] E;wP;wvy Q.M Ldhe bR;kfn esa fd, x, izR;sd laO;ogkj ds fooj.k   4- Ik{kdkj] QeZ] ftlds lkFk laO;ogkj fd;k x;k gS] ds C;ksjs&   ¼d½ D;k i{kdkj vkosnd ls lacaf/kr
gS \     ¼[k½ D;k vkosnd fdlh le; viuh ljdkjh gSfl;r esa i{kdkj ds lkFk dksbZ O;ogkj j[krk Fkk ;k D;k vkosnd dh fudV Hkfo”; esa mlds lkFk dksbZ O;ogkj j[kus dh lEHkkouk gS \   5-   lzksr ;k lzksrksa] ftuls foRr&iksf”kr gSa&   ¼d½ O;fDrxr cprsa   ¼[k½ fooj.k nsus okys vU; lzksr   6- dksbZ vU; lqlaxr rF; ftls vkosnd of.kZr djuk pkgrk gSA     ?kksk.kk      eSa blds }kjk ?kks”k.kk djrk@djrh gw¡ fd mijksDr fn;s x, C;kSjs lgh gSaA                  LFkku %—————————————–              gLrk{kj %————————– frfFk %——————————————               inuke %—————————- ¼2½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh vius ifjokj ds fdlh lnL; ;k mldh vksj ls dk;Z dj jgs fdlh O;fDr dks] dksbZ fuos’k] ftulss mlds ljdkjh drZO;ksa ds fuoZgu esa mls ck/kk Mkyus ;k izHkkfor djus dh lEHkkouk gS] djus ds fy, vuqefr ugha nsxkA bl iz;kstu ds fy, funs’kdksa ;k muds fe=ksa rFkk lg;ksfx;ksa ds fy;s vkjf{kr dksVs esa ls ‘ks;jksa dh fdUgha Ø;ksa dks fdlh fuos’k ds :Ik esa le>k tk,xk] tks ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa dks ck/kk Mkyus ds fy, lEHkkO; gSA ¼3½   ;fn dksbZ iz’u mRiUu gksrk gS fd dksbZ laO;ogkj mi&fu;e ¼1½ ;k mi&fu;e ¼2½ esa fufnZ”V Lo:Ik dk gS rks ml ij ljdkj dk fu.kZ; vfUre gksxkA ¼[k½  m/kkj nsuk rFkk m/kkj ysuk& ¼1½   (i)   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] dkjksckj ds lkekU; vuqØe ds flok,] fdlh ,sls izfrf”Br cSad ;k QeZ ds lkFk] ftls cSfdax dkjksckj dks lapkfyr djus ds fy, lE;d~ :i ls izkf/kÑr fd;k x;k gks] u rks Lo;a u gh vius ifjokj ds fdlh lnL; ds ;k viuh vksj ls dk;Z dj jgs fdlh vU; O;fDr ds ek/;e ls& ¼d½  vius izkf/kdkj dh LFkkuh; lhekvksa ds vUrxZr fdlh ,sls O;fDr dks ;k ls] ftlds lkFk mlds ljdkjh ysu&nsu djus dh laHkkouk gks] ekfyd ;k vfHkdrkZ ds :Ik esa m/kkj ugha nsxk rFkk mlls m/kkj ugha ysxk ;k vU;Fkk vius vki dks ,sls O;fDr ds izfr fdlh vkfFkZd ck/;rk ds v/khu ugha j[ksxk( ;k ¼[k½  fdlh O;fDr dks C;kt ij ;k fdlh ,slh jhfr esa /ku m/kkj ugha nsxk] ftlds }kjk /ku ds :Ik esa ;k fdlh :Ik esa izfrykHk fy;k tkrk gS ;k Hkqxrku izkIr fd;k tkrk gS% ijUrq dksbZ ljdkjh deZpkjh fdlh laca/kh ;k futh fe= dks C;kt ds fcuk NksVh jde dk vLFkk;h _.k ns ldrk gS ;k mlls Lohdkj dj ldrk gS ;k ln~Hkkoh O;kikjh ds lkFk m/kkj [kkrk pyk ldrk gS ;k futh deZpkjh dks is’kxh osru ns ldrk gS fdUrq ,slh jkf’k x`g fuekZ.k ;k cus cuk, edku dks [kjhnus ds fy, ckjg ekl ds ewy osru rFkk okgu dh [kjhn vkSj vU; iz;kstuksa ds fy, Ng ekl ds ewy osru ls vf/kd ugha gksxh % ;|fi ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj dh iwoZ LohÑfr ls] mi&[k.M ¼d½ ;k mi&[k.M ¼[k½ esa fufnZ”V dksbZ laO;ogkj dj ldrk gSA ¼2½   tc fdlh ljdkjh deZpkjh dh fdlh ,sls in ij fu;qfDr ;k LFkkukUrj.k fd;k tkrk gS] ftlesa mlls mi fu;e ¼d½ ¼2½ ;k mi&fu;e ¼[k½ ¼1½ ds fdlh mica/k dk mYya?ku gks ldrk gS rks og fofgr izkf/kdkjh dks ifjfLFkfr;ksa dh rqjUr fjiksVZ nsxk vkSj mlds ckn ,sls vkns’k ds vuqlkj dk;Zokgh djsxk] tks ,sls izkf/kdkjh }kjk fd;k tk,A
23-fnokfy;kiu rFkk vkH;kfld _.kxzLrrk-& ¼1½   ljdkjh deZpkjh vius futh ekeys bl izdkj ls O;ofLFkr djsxk fd og vkH;kfld _.kxzLrrk fnokfy;kiu ls cpk jgsA ¼2½   ljdkjh deZpkjh] ftlds fo#) fdlh ns; _.k dh olwyh ds fy, ;k mls fnokfy;k ?kksf”kr djus ds fy, dksbZ fof/kd dkjZokbZ;ka lafLFkr dh tkrh gS] rks og ljdkj dks fof/kd dkjZokbZ ds iw.kZ rF;ksa dh rqjUr fjiksVZ nsxkA ¼3½   ;g fl) djus dk nkf;Ro] fd fnokfy;kiu ;k _.kxzLrrk ,slh ifjfLFkfr;ksa dk ifj.kke Fkh] ftUgsa ljdkjh deZpkjh lk/kkj.k rRijrk dks iz;ksx esa ykrs gq, igys ls ugha tku ik;k Fkk ;k ftu ij mldk dksbZ fu;a=.k ugha Fkk vkSj tks fQtwy[kphZ ;k viO;;h vknrksa ls mRiUu ugha gqbZ FkhA
24-py] vpy rFkk ewY;oku lEifÙk-& ¼1½   izR;sd ljdkjh deZpkjh fuEufyf[kr izLrqr djsxk& (i)   fdlh lsok ;k in ij mldh izFke fu;qfDr ij lEifÙk dh ?kks”k.kk( (ii)  izR;sd foRr o”kZ ds 31 ekpZ dks okf”kZd lEifÙk fooj.kh( rFkk (iii) lEifRr fooj.kh] tc dHkh Hkh fofgr izkf/kdkjh }kjk mls fufnZ”V fd;k tkrk gSA fuEufyf[kr ds lEcU/k esa bu fu;eksa ds lkFk layXu vuqca/k ^d* o ^[k* ij miyC/k fofgr iz#iksa esa foLr`r C;kSjs n’kkZrs gq,& ¼ad½  ,slh vpy lEifÙk tks mlds ikl vius uke esa ;k viuh iRuh@ifr ds uke esa ;k vius ifjokj ds fdlh lnL; ds uke esa ;k fdlh vU; O;fDr ds uke ls mls fojklr esa feyh gks ;k ftldk og Lokeh gks ;k tks mlus vftZr dh gks pkgs og iV~Vs ij ;k cU/kd ds :Ik esa gks( rFkk ¼[k½  py lEifÙkA O;k[;k-& bl fu;e ds iz;kstu ds fy,] Þpy lEifÙkß] vfHkO;fDr esa fuEufyf[kr ‘kkfey gSaA (i)   udnh] cSad vfr’ks”k tek] _.k rFkk vfxze( (ii)  ‘ks;jksa] izfrHkwfr;ksa _.k&i=ksa] cU/k i=ksa bR;kfn esa iwath fuos’k( (iii) tsojkr rFkk chek ikWfylh( (iv) okgu] ifjogu ds dksbZ vU; lk/ku( (v)  dksbZ fo/kqr] bysDVªksfud lkeku ;k ?kjsyw oLrq,a tSls fd jsfÝtjsVj] okrkuqdwyu-] ,y-lh-Mh-] ,y-bZ-Mh-] dEI;wVj] diM+s /kksus dh e’khu] QuhZpj bR;kfn( (vi)  ml }kjk ;k mldh iRuh@ifr ;k mlds ifjokj ds fdlh vU; lnL; }kjk izR;{k ;k vizR;{k :Ik esa mixr _.k rFkk vU; nkf;Ro( rFkk (vii) ml }kjk ;k mldh iRuh@ifr ;k mlds ifjokj ds fdlh vU; lnL; ds LokfeRok/khu] }kjk vftZr ;k fojklr esa feyh dksbZ vU; py lEifÙkA fVIi.k 1-& py@vpy lEifr;ksa ds lEcU/k esa] tks deZpkjh ds ifjokj ds lnL;ksa }kjk mudh viuh fuf/k ls vftZr gks ;k mudks fojklr esa feyh gksa] bl fu;e ds miCkU/k ykxw ugh gksaxsA fVIi.k 2-&lHkh foojf.k;ksa esa 50]000@& #i;s ls de dher dh py lEifÙk dh oLrq,a tksM+h tk ldrh gS vkSj ,d eq’r fn[kkbZ tk ldrh gSaA diM+s] crZu] Økdjh] iqLrdsa bR;kfn tSlh nSfud mi;ksx dh oLrqvksa ds ewY; dks ,slh fooj.kh esa ‘kkfey djus dh vko’;drk ugha gSA ¼2½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] fofgr izkf/kdkjh dh iwoZ tkudkjh ds fcuk] pkgs vius uke ls ;k mlds ifjokj ds fdlh lnL; ds uke ls iV~Vs] cU/kd] [kjhn] fcØh] nku }kjk ;k vU;Fkk fdlh vpy lEifÙk dks vftZr ugha djsxk ;k mldk fuiVku ugha djsxk( ijUrq ljdkjh deZpkjh }kjk fofgr izkf/kdkjh dh iwoZ Lohd`fr izkIr dh tk,xh] ;fn dksbZ ,slk laO;ogkj fuEufyf[kr ds lkFk fd;k tkrk gS%& (i)   ljdkjh deZpkjh ds lkFk ‘kkldh; O;ogkj j[kus okys O;fDr ds lkFk gS(  ;k  (ii)  fdlh iathd`r O;ogkjh ls vU;FkkA ¼3½   tgka ljdkjh deZpkjh ;k rks vius uke ls ;k mlds ifjokj ds fdlh lnL; ds uke ls py lEifÙk ds lEcU/k esa laO;ogkj djrk gS] rks ogka og ,sls laO;ogkj dh frfFk ls ,d ekl ds Hkhrj mldh lwpuk fofgr izkf/kdkjh dks nsxk ;fn ,slh lEifÙk dk ewY; ljdkjh deZpkjh ds nks ekl ds ewy osru ls vf/kd gS%   ijUrq fofgr izkf/kdkjh dh iwoZ Lohd`fr izkIr dh tk,xh ;fn dksbZ ,slk laO;ogkj& (i)   ljdkjh deZpkjh ds lkFk ‘kkldh; O;ogkj j[kus okys O;fdr ds lkFk gS] ;k  (ii)  fdlh iathd`r O;ogkjh ls vU;Fkk gSA ¼4½   ljdkj ;k fofgr izkf/kdkjh] fdlh Hkh le;] lk/kkj.k ;k fo’ks”k vkns’k }kjk] ljdkjh deZpkjh ls] vkns’k esa fofufnZ”V dh xbZ vof/k ds Hkhrj] ,slh py ;k vpy lEifÙk dk lHkh izdkj ls iw.kZ fooj.k nsus dh vis{kk dj ldrk gS tks mlds }kjk Lo;a ;k mlds ifjokj ds fdlh ,sls lnL; }kjk] tks vkns’k esa fofufnZ”V fd;k tk,] /kkfjr ;k vftZr dh xbZ gksA ,sls fooj.k esa] ;fn ljdkj ;k fofgr izkf/kdkjh }kjk ,slk visf{kr gks] ,sls lk/kuksa ;k ml lzksr dk C;kSjk ’kkfey gksxk ftuds }kjk ;k ftlls ,slh lEifÙk vftZr dh xbZ gSA
25-Lkjdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ds dk;ks± vkSj pfj= dks funksZ“k fl) djuk-& ¼1½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ds fcuk] fdlh ,sls inh; dk;Z dks funksZ”k fl) djus ds fy, U;k;ky; ;k izSl dk lgkjk ugha ysxk tks izfrdwy vkykspuk ;k ekugkfudkjd Lo:Ik ds vk{ksi dk fo”k; jgk gks(      ijUrq ;fn dksbZ Hkh ,slh Lohd`fr ljdkj }kjk ljdkjh deZpkjh ls vuqjks/k dh izkfIr dh frfFk ls rhu ekl dh vof/k ds Hkhrj mls ugha nh tkrh gS rks og ekuus fy, Lora= gksxk fd ml }kjk pkgh xbZ vuqefr mldks iznku dj nh xbZ gSA  ¼2½   bl fu;e esa dksbZ Hkh ckr ljdkjh deZpkjh dks vius futh pfj= ;k viuh xSj&ljdkjh gSfl;r esa mlds }kjk fd, x, fdlh dk;Z dks funksZ”k fl) djus ds fy, izfrfl) djus okyh ugha le>h tk,xh vkSj tgka vius futh pfj= ;k xSj&ljdkjh gSfl;r esa mlds }kjk fd, x, fdlh dk;Z dks funksZ”k fl) djus ds fy, dksbZ dkjZokbZ dh tkrh gS] rks ogka ljdkjh deZpkjh ,slh dkjZokbZ ds ckjs esa fofgr izkf/kdkjh dks fjiksVZ izLrqr djsxkA
26-i{k&izpkj-& dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] ljdkj ds v/khu viuh lsok ls lacaf/kr ekeys ds lEcU/k esa vius fgrksa dks c<+kok nsus ds mn~ns’; ls fdlh ofj”B izkf/kdkjh ij fdlh izdkj dk jktuhfrd ;k vU; izHkko ugha Mkysxk rFkk u gh ,slk djus ds fy, iz;Ru djsxkA
27-fookg lEcU/kh izfrcU/k-& ¼1½   dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh thfor ifr@iRuh j[kus okys fdlh ,sls O;fDr ds lkFk fookg ugha djsxk@djsxh ;k fookg dh lafonk ugha djsxk@djsxh A ¼2½   thfor ifr@iRuh j[kus okyk dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh] fdlh Hkh O;fDr ls fookg ugha djsxk@djsxh  ;k fookg dh lafonk ugha djsxk@djsxh (      ijUrq ljdkj] ljdkjh deZpkjh dks dksbZ ,slk fookg djus ;k mldh lafonk djus dh vuqefr ns ldrh gS tks mifu;e ¼1½ ;k mifu;e ¼2½ esa fufnZ”V gS] ;fn mldh larqf”V gks tkrh gS fd& ¼ad½  ,slk fookg] ,sls ljdkjh deZpkjh vksj fookg ds nwljs i{k ij ykxw Loh;  fof/k ds v/khu vuqKs; gS( vkSj ¼[k½  ,slk djus ds fy, vU; vk/kkj gSaA ¼3½   dksbZ ljdkjh deZpkjh ftlus Hkkjr dh jk”Vªh;rk ls fHkUu fdlh O;fDr ls fookg fd;k gS ;k djrk gS] rqjUr ljdkj dks lwfpr djsxkA ¼4½   izR;sd ljdkjh deZpkjh viuh oS;fDrd gSfl;r esa fookg dh vk;q laca/kh orZeku uhfr;ksa dh n`<+rk ls ikyuk djsxkA  
28-Ekknd is;ksa rFkk vkS“kf/k;ksa dk miHkksx-& Lkjdkjh deZpkjh& ¼d½  fdlh ,sls {ks= esa] ftlesa og ml le; gks] eknd is;ksa ;k vkS”kf/k;ksa ls lacaf/kr fdlh Hkh ykxw fof/k dk n`<+rk ls ikyu djsxk(        ¼[k½  vius dÙkZO; ds ikyu ds nkSjku fdlh eknd is; ;k vkS”kf/k;ksa ds izHkko ds v/khu u gks vkSj bl ckr dk mfpr /;ku j[ksxk fd fdlh Hkh le; mlds dÙkZO;ksa ds ikyu esa ,sls eknd is;ksa ;k vkS”kf/k;ksa dk fdlh Hkh izdkj dk izHkko u iM+s(                ¼x½   lkoZtfud LFkku ij eknd is;ksa] vkS”kf/k;ksa dk miHkksx ;k /kqeziku ugha djsxk( ¼?k½   fdlh lkoZtfud LFkku ij u’ks dh gkyr esa ugha vk,xk( ¼³½  u’ks dh gkyr esa dke ij mifLFkr ugha gksxk( vkSj                                                   ¼p½   fdUghaa eknd is;ksa ;k vkS”kf/k;ksa dk vR;kf/kd miHkksx ugha djsxkA O;k[;k-&bu fu;eksa ds iz;kstu ds fy, ^^lkoZtfud LFkku** ls vfHkizk; gS] ¼okgu lfgr½ dksbZ LFkku ;k ifjlj ftl ij turk dks] pkgs Hkqxrku ij ;k vU;Fkk] igq¡pus dh vuqefr gS ;k vuqefr nh xbZ gSA
29-cky Je dk izfrks/k-& dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh ?kjsyw lgk;rk ds fy, 14 o”kZ ls uhps dh vk;q dk dksbZ ckyd fu;skftr ugha djsxkA 
30-O;k[;k] la’kks/ku rFkk <hy dh ‘kfDr-& bu fu;eksa dh O;k[;k] la’kks/ku rFkk <hy nsus dh ‘kfDr] lkekU; iz’kklu foHkkx esa fufgr gksxh] ftldk fu.kZ; ml ij vfUre gksxkA fVIi.k & bu fu;eksa dh O;k[;k rFkk ifjorZu ds lEcU/k esa lalwpuk,a lEc) iz’kkldh; foHkkx ds ek/;e ls lkekU; iz’kklu foHkkx dks lEcksf/kr dh tk,axhA
31-‘kfDr;ksa dk izR;k;kstu-& ljdkj] lk/kkj.k ;k fo’ks”k vkns’k }kjk] fufnZ”V dj ldrh gS fd bu fu;eksa ¼fu;e 30 ds v/khu ‘kfDr;ksa ds flok;½ ds v/khu mlds }kjk ;k fdlh foHkkxk/;{k }kjk iz;ksT; dksbZ ‘kfDr ,slh ‘krks±] ;fn dksbZ gksa] ds v/;k/khu tks vkns’k esa fofufnZ”V dh tk,a] ,sls vf/kdkjh ;k izkf/kdkjh }kjk Hkh iz;ksT; gksaxhA 
32-fujlu rFkk O;ko`fÙk-& ¼1½   ljdkjh deZpkjh ¼vkpj.k½ fu;e] 1966 ¼iatkc flfoy lsok fu;e] ftYn&I] Hkkx&II ds ifjf’k”V&23 blds }kjk fujflr fd, tkrs gSaA ¼2½   bl izdkj fujflr fd, x, fu;eksa ds v/khu dh xbZ dksbZ ckr ;k dh xbZ dksbZ dkjZokbZ bu fu;eksa ds vuq#i mica/kksa ds v/khu dh xbZ ckr ;k dh xbZ dkjZokbZ le>h tk,xhA                                  

vuqcU/k&^d*

¼nsf[k, fu;e 24½

vof/k fnukad————————————————- ls —————————————————-

gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok ¼ljdkjh deZpkjh vkpj.k½ fu;e] 2016 ds fu;e 24 ds v/khu ljdkjh deZpkjh rFkk mlds ifjokj ds lnL;ksa dh py lEifr ckjs ?kks”k.kk iz:iA

ljdkjh deZpkjh dk uke rFkk in uke ———————————————————————————————————

irk ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

fnukad————————————————- dks fn;k ?kks”k.kk i=A

¼1½   udnh] tsoj] cSad tek] chek ikfylh] fgLls izfrHkwfr;ka rFkk fMcSapjA

¼2½   ljdkjh deZpkjh }kjk fy, x;s _.k rFkk vfxze rFkk izfrHkwfr dh fdLeA

¼3½   eksVj dkjsa] eksVj lkbZfdy] ?kksM+s vkSj@;k vU; okguA

¼4½   jSfÝtjsVj] Radiograms vkSj vU; bysDVªkWfud lkekuA

fooj.k% ¼d½

  • udnh] tsoj] cSad tek] chek ikfylh] fgLl]s izfrHkwfr;ka rFkk fMCkSapjA
  • eksVj dkjsa] eksVj lkbZfdy] ?kksM+s vkSj@;k vU; okguA
  • jSfÝtjsVj] Radiograms vkSj vU; bysDVªkWfud lkekuA
Øe la[;kenksa dk fooj.kewY;ljdkjh deZpkjh ds ifjokj ds LnL; vkSj csukehnkj ¼;fn dksbZ gks½ dk uke ftlds uke ij ifjlEifr j[kh gqbZ gSo”kZ ds nkSjku u, vf/kxzg.k dh frfFk rFkk <a+xfo’ks”k
dFku
      
      
      
      

fooj.k% ¼[k½ (iv) dt+Z dk fooj.k

Øe la[;kdtsZ dh jkf’k;fn dt+Z ys fy;k gS rks blds mfpr ewY; ds lkFk izfrHkwfr dk Lo:iljdkjh deZpkjh ds ifjokj ds lnL; dk uke ftlus dtkZ fn;k gSdtZnkj dk C;kSjk lfgr
uke
dtZ+s ds vU; C;kSjksa lfgr frfFkfo’ks”k
dFku
       
       
       
       

fVIi.k-& ljdkjh deZpkjh ds ifjokj ds lnL; os gksaxs tks gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok ¼ljdkjh deZpkjh vkpj.k½ fu;e] 2016 ds fu;e 3 ¼x½ esa of.kZr fd, x, gSaA

fnukad% ——————————————-                                deZpkjh ds gLrk{kj

vuqcU/k&^[k*

¼nsf[k, fu;e 24½

vof/k fnukad————————————————- ls —————————————————-

gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok ¼ljdkjh deZpkjh vkpj.k½ fu;e] 2016 ds fu;e 24 ds v/khu ljdkjh deZpkjh rFkk mlds ifjokj ds lnL;ksa dh vpy lEifr ckjs ?kks”k.kk iz:iA

uksV% ¼1½   LFkkbZ Lo:i dh Hkwfe ds lHkh fgr] eydh;r] jsgu vFkok iSr`d rkSj ij izkIr lEifr rFkk jkT;] ftys] xkao rFkk ‘kgj esa vkokl lfgr ntZ gksus pkfg,A

¼2½   ljdkjh deZpkjh ds ifjokj ds lnL; tks gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok ¼ljdkjh deZpkjh vkpj.k½ fu;e] 2016 ds fu;e 3 ¼x½ esa of.kZr fd, x, gSa] izR;sd dk {ks= fn[kkrs gq, ;fn {ks= csukehnkj gks rks csukehnkj dk uke Hkh gksuk pkfg,A

Øe la[;klEifr dk Lo:i d- Hkwfe dk Lo:i@IykV     {ks=Qy     ¼fjgk;’kh@laLFkkxr@     O;kolkf;d@d`f”k rFkk vU;½ [k- bekjr@Hkou {ks=Qy lfgr     ¼fjgk;’kh@laLFkkxr@     O;kolkf;d@d`f”k rFkk vU;½ftyk] rglhy] mi&eaMy] xkao rFkk ‘kgj dk uke tgka lEifr fLFkr gSIykV @d`f”k Hkwfe 1- Hkwfe dk ewY; 2- Hkwfe vf/kxzg.k    dk o”kZbekjr rFkk Hkou 1- fufeZr {ks= 2- ryksa dh la[;k 3- bekjr@Hkou    dh fuekZ.k ykxr  
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dk <ax
¼[kjhn] iÍs ij] jsgu] mÙkjkf/kdkjh] migkj] bR;kfn½
O;fDr@izkf/kdkjh dk fooj.k ftlls lEifr izkIr dh xbZ gSlEifr deZpkjh ds uke ntZ gS vFkok mlds vkfJr ds uke ¼uke rFkk laca/k½ vkSj csukehnkj dk uke ¼;fn dksbZ gks rks½ ftlds uke ij ifjlEifr j[kh xbZ gSd rFkk [k izR;sd Js.kh ls gksus okyh okf”kZd vk;
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fnukad% ——————————————                                deZpkjh ds gLrk{kj

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5.Act and conduct which amount to misconduct.—5-dk;Z vkSj vkpj.k tks dnkpkj dh Js.kh esa vkrk gS-&
 The following acts and omissions amount to misconduct:- fuEufyf[kr dk;Z vkSj pwd dnkpkj dh Js.khesa vkrs gSa&
(i)wilful insubordination or disobedience, whether alone or jointly with others, to any lawful and reasonable order of a superior;(i)ofj”B ds fdlh fof/klaxr rFkk ;qfDr;qDr vkns’k dh tkucw>dj voKk] ;k vkKksYyaa?ku pkgs vdsys ;k vU;ksa ds lkFk la;qDr :Ik ls(
(ii)infidelity, unfaithfulness, dishonesty, untrustworthiness, theft and fraud, or dishonesty in connection with the activities of the Government or handling of its property;(ii)vfo’okl] fo’okl?kkr] vfo’oluh;rk] pksjh vkSj /kks[kk] ;k Lkjdkjh fdz;kdykiksa ;k bldh lEifÙk dks lEHkkyus ds lEcU/k esa csbZekuh(
(iii)strike, picketing, gherao, striking work or inciting others to strike work in contravention of the provisions of any law or rule having the force of law;(iii)fof/k dk cy j[kus okyh fdlh fof/k fu;e ds mica/kksa dh mYya?kuk esa gM+rky] /kjuk] ?ksjko] dke jksduk ;k dke jksdus ds fy, vU; dks mdlkuk(
(iv)gross moral misconduct, acts subversive of discipline, riotous or disorderly behaviour during or after the office hours at any place;(iv)dk;kZy; le; ds nkSjku ;k ds ckn fdlh LFkku ij ?kksj uSfrd dnkpkj] vuq’kklughurk] fo/oald dk;Z] naxs ;k minzoh O;ogkj(
(v)riotous and disorderly behaviour during and after the working hours or in work place;(v)dk;Z LFky ij dk;Z le; ds nkSjku ;k ckn esa naxs rFkk minzoh O;ogkj(
(vi)negligence or neglect of work or duty amounting to misconduct;(vi)mis{kk dh dksfV esa vkus okyh( dk;Z ;k drZO; dh ykijokgh ;k mis{kk(
(vii)habitual negligence or neglect of work or duty;(vii)dk;Z ;k drZO; dh vkH;kfld ykijokgh ;k mis{kk(
(viii)habitual absence without permission and over-staying leave;(viii)vuqefr ds fcuk vkH;kfld vuqifLFkfr rFkk vodk’k ds mijkUr vuqifLFkr jguk(
(ix)conviction by a Criminal Court.(ix)fdlh vkijkf/kd U;k;ky; }kjk nks”k&flf)A
 The act or conduct of an employee may amount to misconduct fdlh deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k dnkpkj dh Js.kh gks ldrk gS&
(i)if the act or conduct is prejudicial or likely to be prejudicial to the interests of the employer/ Department or to the reputation of the employer/Department;(i);fn dk;Z ;k vkpj.k fu;kstd@foHkkx ds fgrksa ;k fu;kstd@foHkkx dh [;kfr ds fy, gkfudj gS ;k gkfudj gksus ds fy, laHkkO; gS(
(ii)if the act or conduct is inconsistent or incompatible with the due or peaceful discharge of his duty to his employer/Department;(ii);fn dk;Z ;k vkpj.k mlds fu;kstd@foHkkx ds izfr vius drZO; ds lE;d~ ;k ‘kkfUriw.kZ fuoZgu esa vlaxr ;k ijLij fojks/kh gS(
(iii)if the act or conduct of a employee makes it unsafe for the employer to retain him in service;(iii);fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k lsok esa mls cuk, j[kus ds fy, fu;kstd gsrq vlqjf{kr gS(
(iv)if the act or conduct of the employee is so grossly immoral that all reasonable men say that the employee cannot be trusted;(iv);fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k bruk vR;f/kd vuSfrd gS fd lHkh le>nkj euq”; dgsaa fd deZpkjh ij fo’okl ugha fd;k tk ldrk(
(v)if the act or conduct of the employee is such that the employer/Department  cannot rely on the faithfulness of his employee;(v);fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k ,slk gS fd fu;kstd@foHkkx vius deZpkjh dh bZekunkjh ij fo’okl ugha dj ldrk(
(vi)if the act or conduct of the employee is such as to open before him temptations for not discharging his duties properly;(vi);fn deZpkjh dk dk;Z ;k vkpj.k ,slk gS fd og vius drZO;ksaa dk fuoZgu leqfpr :Ik ls u djus ds fy, vius izyksHkuksa dks lc ds le{k izdV djrk gS(
(vii)if the employee is abusive or if he disturbs the peace at the place of his employment;(vii);fn deZpkjh fuUnkRed gS ;k ;fn og vius fu;kstu ds LFkku ij ‘kkfUr Hkax djrk gS(
(viii)if he is insulting and insubordinate to such a degree as to be incompatible with the continuance of the relation of employer/Department and employee;(viii);fn og bl Lrj rd vieku djus okyk rFkk voKkdkjh gS tSls fu;kstd@ foHkkx rFkk deZpkjh ds lkFk lEcU/k tkjh j[kus es ijLij fojks/kh gS(
(ix)if the employee is habitually negligent in respect of the duties for which he is engaged;(ix);fn deZpkjh] ftl dk;Z ds fy, og yxk;k x;k gS] ds lEcU/k esa vkH;kfld :Ik ls ykijokg gS(
(x)if the neglect of the employee though isolated, tends to cause serious consequences.(x);fn deZpkjh }kjk mis{kk] Hkys gh ;nkdnk gks] xEHkhj ifj.kkeksa dh vksj ys tkus dk dkj.k curh gS(