Surrender of EL by OTHER State Govt Servants deputed to AP GO No. 211 dept. DT. 10-4-1972

Surrender of EL by OTHER State Govt Servants deputed to Andhra Pradesh G.O. Ms. No. 211, Fin. (FR-I) Dept. DT. 10-4-1972 Leave Salary and Allowances for surrender of leave by other State Government Servants deputed to this State Government -- Liability of-- Orders -- Issued.

Surrender of EL by OTHER State Govt Servants deputed to Andhra Pradesh G.O.Ms.No. 211, Fin. (FR-I) Dept. DT. 10-4-1972

Leave Salary and Allowances for surrender of leave by other State Government Servants deputed to this State Government -- Liability of-- Orders -- Issued.
[G.O.Ms.No. 211, Fin. (FR-I) Dept. DT. 10-4-1972]

Ref:--
1. From G.I., M.F., Department of Economic Affairs, New Delhi, O.M. No. F-1 (47-B/59), Dt. 4-6-1971.
2. From A.G., A.P., Letter No. TM III/Code 1/12-5/71-72/59, Dt. 25-9-1971.

Order:-
In the reference 1st cited, the Government of India have examined the question whether in respect of the employees of the State Governments on deputation to the Central Government of the facility of encashment of earned leave, without actually proceeding on leave, granted by certain State Governments to their employees cast on the Central Government any liability towards the additional remuneration admissible to the employees in case they avail themselves of the facility when on deputation to the Government. The Government of India have clarified that when the services of an employee of a State Government are lent to the Central Government the leave-salary contribution payable by the latter Government to the former, in accordance with the rules of incidence in Part-B, II of Appendix 3 to Account Code, Vol. I. completely extinguishes the financial liability of the borrowing Government in relation to leave (other than special disability leave, if any) earned by these employees concerned, irrespective of whether leave is actually availed of or not. The facility, available under the rules of the State Government referred to above for encashment of leave. Without the leave being actually availed of, does not also amount to any increased entitlement to leave. Accordingly it has been decided by the Government of India, in consultation with Comptroller and Auditor-General of India, that when an employee of the State Government surrenders while on deputation to the Central Government or at the end of it, earned leave at his credit and, in consideration thereof becomes entitled to additional remuneration representing cash value of the leave surrendered, the liability for the payment thereof will devolve wholly on the (parent) State Government and that the Central Government being the borrowing Government will continue to be liable for payment of only the duty pay and allowances. The Central Government will also not bear any liability for the payment of house rent or compensatory allowance relatable in the cash value of the leave that may be surrendered by him while on deputation or at the end of it.
In accordance with the above decision of the Government of India, the matter has been examined by this Government and it is hereby decided that in respect of leave so surrendered by the employees of the other State Governments or the Central Government deputed to this State Government (borrowing Government), the liability of this Government will be for payment of only the duty pay and allowances. The Government will also not bear any liability for the payment of House Rent or other compensatory allowance relatable to the cash value of the leave that may be surrendered by an employee while on deputation or at the end of it.

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