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MADHYA PRADESH
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Directive 1, SSC :

"State Security Comission constituted as per Sorbajee model.However,

1) It is an Advisory body

No provision for report of Council being placed before State Legislature."

Directive 2, Tenure of DGP:

Orders issued on 14.02.07, but

1) No role of the UPSC in the selection process.

An additional clauses for removal added

No procedure is prescribed for such removal

Directive 3, Tenure of other officers:

Orders issued on 14.02.07, but (i) Officers can be prematurely removed not as per Supreme Courts direction (ii) No procedure described for such premature removals

Directive 4, Spertn of investigatn:

"State Govt. has, vide its order 27.08.2012, approved appointment of 400 additional police officers in four metropolitan areas / districts of Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior and jabalpur.

1) Additional staff will be used both for investigation and law & order.

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Security of Tenure for Officers on Operational Duties:

The DGP must be selected from amongst the three senior-most officers empan- elled by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for the post. The selec- tion will be made on the basis of the candidate’s: (i) length of service, (ii) ser- vice record, and (iii) range of experience. Once recommended on the basis of transparent objective criteria the Chief Minister can choose from amongst the best of the candidates. This way the chosen DGP is assumed to enjoy the trust of the political executive, the police service and the public. It would therefore be anomalous to retain the ability of the executive to remove the head of police at will. Hence the Court has provided for a minimum tenure of two years for the DGP The grounds for removal prior to the two-year period must be in accor- dance with the laid down law.

Percentage of Directive3 compliance in India: 33.03%
States that have complied with Directive 3: 9 States