New Delhi: IAS-IPS and other officers posted in North Eastern states will no longer be eligible for special allowances. This big decision has been taken by the central government recently. This special allowance was actually given to the officers of the North-Eastern Cadre (AIS) of the All India Services. It was about 25 per cent of his basic salary. The Central Government has directed that this special allowance should be stopped immediately.
On 10 February 2009, the Central Government directed that this allowance should be given to the officers as a special grant. This was applicable only for the officers of the North-East cadre. This applies to officers of the three All India Services, namely the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), the Indian Police Service (IPS), and the Indian Forest Service (IFS).
According to the information, the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) in a brief order dated September 23, 2022 said that the government has decided to withdraw various incentives/special allowances currently being given to AIS officers working in the North Eastern Region. Reviewing the situation. The officers have decided to receive incentives/special allowances through four instructions issued between 2007 and 2017. Orders dated 10 February 2009, except those dated 22 January 2007, 16 February 2009 and 5 September 2017 are hereby canceled in accordance with the instructions. Rule.