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himbi87

Hello,

i am a govt employee nd not disclosed it in passport application due to delay in getting NOC.i am charged with penality.wat is d procedure...kindly reply

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RAVEENA_O

Your query is not clear. Who imposed penalty? - Passport office or your department?

 

The procedure of issuance of charge memorandum with clear and distinct articles of charges, obtaining and considering the submission of the employee or conducting an inquiry under the relevant Disciplinary Rules including affording all reasonable opportunities of defence is a precondition for imposing penalties by employer department.

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koteswararaonerella

you need to mention who exactly imposed penalty. not taking NOC from your department amounts to misconduct and if your department has taken action as per rules , you need to go for appeal to appropriate authority only.

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Prasad GLN

Without giving a show cause notice to employee imposing penalty by employer is against principles of natural justice, particularly when there was a delay in issuing of NOC by Employer and when employee sought such NOC in advance.

Regarding passport, I am not aware whether they are empowered to fine applicant but certainly the applicant has to disclose facts and should not suppress material facts what ever may be the good intentions.

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CTFORGK2

provision of Penalty Clause are per Passport Act exists on raised query subject .

Pay the penalty first and get the correction of entries done at the time of renewal or before whichever asap .

Rules are for literate applicants & you can't say I don't know .

 

With earlier passport application you might have submitted OATH AFFIDAVIT .

As soon RPO will know/identity any info submitted by you is wrong , they will have right to cancel your passport and you will be LEGALLY LIABLE for AFFIDAVIT.

 

best is correct mistake with provision of penalty .

 

To save time of NOC you can't furnish FALSE .

 

now also its not late .

Before they do you should correct your mistake ASAP.

 

WITH REGARDS

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himbi87

penality imposed by police verification officer...where should i pay the fine...wil i b questioned by passport officer...has any one faced such circumstances..

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Prasad GLN

As it is from Police verification Officer, contact over phone and seek information as to where you have to pay fine and as far as possible reduce commitment on paper and close the issue at lower levels.

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himbi87

thank u..i wil contact him soon after obtaining noc

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