Sarwar Alam joined the government service in November 2006 as the administration cadre of the 27th batch of BCS. On June 1, 2014, he was promoted to Senior Assistant Secretary. According to him, Sarwar Alam was deprived of promotion even though he had been working as an administration cadre in this post for more than 12 years including seven years.
The next day, on March 8, the 27th batch official of BCS wrote on Facebook, “Most of the officers and employees who have fought against injustice and irregularities in their working life have been deprived and oppressed in their working life and it is wrong to take a stand against injustice in this country.”
After giving the status, the Ministry of Public Administration brought Sarwar to justice. A departmental case was filed against him on June 30, 2021 and an apology was issued to him. Sarwar did not give any written statement in his defense.
Sarwar Alam, a senior assistant secretary at the Ministry of Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment, has acted as a government employee by making such sarcastic remarks against the government and the authorities. According to the 3 (b) rule of 2016, a departmental case was filed against him on the charge of ‘misconduct’ and an apology was sought on June 30 last year by sending a charge sheet and complaint statement.
It said Sarwar Alam had not submitted any written statement in his defense. An investigating officer was appointed to look into the allegations. When the investigating officer submitted the investigation report, the review of the investigation report showed that Sarwar Alam had admitted to commenting on Facebook and the allegation of ‘misconduct’ brought against him had been proved.
Therefore, as the allegation of ‘misconduct’ mentioned in Rule 3 (b) of ‘Government Employees (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 2018’ has been proved, it has been mentioned in the circular that he has been given ‘reprimand’ indicative punishment as per Rule 4 (2) (a) of Rules. .
Last year, the government gave a big promotion to the post of deputy secretary in the administration. The 27th batch of BCS was the main consideration for promotion. 240 members of the administration cadre of this batch (including the officers who joined the administration cadre due to the abolition of economic cadre) were promoted. But more than three hundred successful operations tagged RAB executive magistrate. Sarwar Alam’s promotion did not match. Although he had a serial at the front of the merit list of the 27th batch, he got a job in the merit quota, but he was