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Instructions on monitoring of pendency in disbursal of rewards to informers
May, 06th 2016

Circular No. 15/2016-Cus.

F. No. 13012/08/2015-Cus (AS)

Government of India

Ministry of Finance

Department of Revenue

Central Board of Excise & Customs

(Anti-Smuggling Unit)

New Delhi, dated the 3rd  May, 2016

To

All Principal Chief/Chief Commissioners

All Principal Directors General/Directors General

Web Master, CBEC

Madam/Sir,

Subject: Instructions on monitoring of pendency in disbursal of rewards to informers- reg.

Kind reference is invited to Circular No. 20/2015 dated 31.7.2015. In this regard, Para 7.2 of the said Circularstipulated that Commissioners and Additional Directors General should set in place a suitable mechanism to monitor cases becoming ripe for disbursal of rewards and emphasized the need to review cases of reward to Government Servants and informers which have become ripe for processing by holding quarterly meetings. This was to ensure that rewards to informers are disbursed when due without any delay.

2.    However, several complaints are being received regarding delay in disbursal of rewards to  informers. The matter was discussed in the last Conference of Chief Commissioners of Customs/Directors General, held in January 2016 wherein, it was decided to inter-alia put in place a suitable mechanism in the field formations to monitor cases becoming ripe for disbursal of reward.

3.    In this background, the Board has decided to prescribe the following procedure with  regard to monitoring of pendency of disbursal of rewards.

3.1. Each Commissionerate in the field and each Zone in the Directorates of Revenue Intelligence and Central Excise Intelligence shall have a register in the format prescribed in the Annexure - I (Register of Rewards-Informers) for the purpose of maintaining a record in relation to the `information' filed through DRI I or AE-I. All the cases booked on or after 1.4.2005 where reward disbursal to informers is pending as on date of issue of this circular shall be entered into the said register. This exercise shall be completed within three months of issue of this Circular. Adequate care shall be taken not to leave or miss out any case while maintaining this record. It shall be the responsibility of the Deputy/Assistant Commissioner in charge of rewards in the respective formation to ensure and certify that all the pending cases have been entered into the register.

3.2.  At the end of every month, an abstract of pendency in the format given at Annexure - II shall be prepared and entered in the register prescribed above. The abstract so prepared shall be certified by the Deputy/Assistant Commissioner in charge of rewards and put up to the Additional/ Joint Commissioners concerned for information.

3.3.  The `Register  of  Rewards-  Informers'  shall  be  put  up  to  the  Principal Commissioners/Commissioners concerned once in six months (in the first weeks of October and April) for information.

3.4. A six monthly report in in this regard in the format prescribed at Annexure-III shall be submitted by 15th  of April and                15th  of October every year by:

i.  all the Chief Commissioners of Customs to the Director General of Revenue Intelligence (DGRI) and

ii.  all Chief Commissioners of Central Excise/Service Tax to the Director General of  Central Excise Intelligence (DGCEI).

The DGRI and DGCEI in turn along with the reports received from their respective Zonal Units shall maintain consolidated information for all formations of CBEC.

3.5.   Adequate care shall be taken by the field formations to maintain confidentiality and to ensure that while building/maintaining the information, informers are not exposed at any cost. Even while submitting the six monthly reports, no case detail shall be given in such reports; only the pendency numbers shall be furnished.

4.   The monitoring system as stipulated above shall be put in place immediately. All the Chief Commissioners  are  requested  to  send  a  compliance  report  to  the  Board [Commissioner (RI &I)] in the proforma given inAnnexure  IV by 31.05.2016 positively.

5.   Hindi version follows.

(M. G. Thamizh Valavan)

Director (Anti Smuggling)

 
 
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