Ministry is conducting regular checking to avoid subletting of Government accommodation allotted to Government servants. Surprise inspections are carried out in General Pool Residential Accommodation regularly, on receipt of complaints and suo-motu, to detect subletting therein.
(b) & (c): Total 15 number of complaints regarding subletting of Govt. Quarters in Naroji Nagar were received by the Directorate of Estates during the last one year i.e. from 1st December, 2011 to 30th November 2012 and subletting was detected in 2 Type-II and 5 Type-III (total 7) quarters.
(d): The Government Servants who were found involved in the subletting cases have been imposed with penalties prescribed under SR-317-B-21 of Allotment Rules, 1963, viz. cancellation of allotment, debarment of the allottee from future allotment for the remaining period of service and recovery of damage charges from the allottee in respect of the unauthorized period of stay in the quarter. Moreover, their Department/Ministries have also been advised to initiate disciplinary proceedings against the delinquent official as per Rules.
The above information was submitted by Mo Urban Dev. in reply of undermentioned Rajya Sabha Question:-
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT
RAJYA SABHAUNSTARRED QUESTION NO-2319
Subletting of Government accommodation
2319 . SHRIMATI GUNDU SUDHARANI
Will the MINISTER OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT be please to state:
(a) whether the Ministry is conducting regular checking to avoid subletting of Government accommodation allotted to Government servants;
(b) the number of complaints received from the allottees by the directorate of Estates particularly in respect of Naroji Nagar;
(c) if so, the number of subletting cases detected during the last one year, type-wise quarters; and
(d) the action that has been taken against those Government servants who are found to be subletting their Government accommodation?
ANSWERTHE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT
(SMT. DEEPA DASMUNSI)
(a): Yes Sir,
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