Due to this rule, the dependent of the deceased state employee had to wait for the appointment, because the post in the parent department of the person who wanted the appointment due to death is not vacant. With the abolition of this provision, Gehlot has also instructed that in case of the vacant post of deceased personnel in the parent department is not vacant, the application should be forwarded to the Department of Personnel for early appointment of his dependent. The Personnel Department will take action for the appointment of a vacant post in another department based on the eligibility of the applicant.
Laxity in 52 cases
The Chief Minister has relaxed the dependents of the deceased personnel in 52 cases of delayed application and relaxation in age limit for compassionate appointment after the death of government personnel. With this sensitive decision of Gehlot, families of deceased state employees will be able to get support.
It is noteworthy that after the death of a government employee, the dependent has to apply for a compassionate appointment within 90 days. In addition, in case of a dependent becoming a minor, there is a provision to apply within 3 years of attaining 18 years of age and up to a maximum of 40 years of age.
Gehlot has given relief to the applicants by relaxing the rules, considering the applications for compassionate appointment in 46 cases, leaving a period of 90 days from the date of death and in 6 cases of age limit. Appointment has been given in 584 cases of compassionate appointment in the last 22 months.