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Haryana will file charges against a woman IAS who has been absent from duty for months

According to a Haryana government official, the decision to pursue departmental action against her was made over a month ago after she failed to report for the job despite being warned.

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New Delhi: Rani Nagar, a woman IAS officer, has been charged by the Haryana government for failing to report for duty for several months. Rani is the Additional Secretary of the Haryana government’s Citizen Resources Information Department. She is an IAS officer from the 2014 batch (CRID). Nagar has been “on leave” since August 7, 2021, according to a recent Facebook post, and has been living in Ghaziabad (UP) since then. According to a Haryana government official, the decision to pursue departmental action against her was made over a month ago after she failed to report for the job despite being warned. Rani could not be reached, although she had written a “resignation letter” on Facebook four days prior. “I…do therefore offer my resignation from the office of Indian Administrative Service with immediate effect,” she wrote in a letter to the President dated May 7. Please accept my…final resignation from the Indian Administrative Service with immediate effect on today, May 7, 2022, at approximately 10:13 a.m.”

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