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Report No. 161

II. Enforcement Directorate

1. A Selection Committee headed by the Central Vigilance Commissioner and including the Home-Secretary, Secretary (Personnel) and Revenue Secretary, shall prepare a panel for appointment of the Director, Enforcement Directorate. The appointment to the post of Director shall be made by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) from the panel recommended by the Selection Committee.

2. The Director, Enforcement Directorate like the Director, CBI shall have a minimum tenure of two years. In his case also, pre-mature transfer for any extraordinary reason should be approved by the aforesaid Selection Committee headed by the Central Vigilance Commissioner.

3. In view of the importance of the post of Director, Enforcement Directorate, it shall be upgraded to that of an Additional Secretary/ Special Secretary to the Government.

4. Officers of the Enforcement Directorate handling sensitive assignments shall be provided adequate security to enable them to discharge their functions fearlessly.

5. Extensions of tenure upto the level of Joint Director in the Enforcement Directorate should be decided by the said Committee headed by the Central Vigilance Commissioner.

6. There shall be no premature media publicity by the CBI/ Enforcement Directorate.

7. Adjudication/commencement of prosecution shall be made by the Enforcement Directorate within a period of one year.

8. The Director, Enforcement Directorate shall monitor and ensure speedy completion of investigations/adjudications and launching of prosecutions. Revenue Secretary must review their progress regularly.

9. For speedy conduct of investigations abroad, the procedure to approve filing of applications for Letters Roga tory shall be streamlined and, if necessary, Revenue Secretary authorised to grant the approval.

10. A comprehensive circular shall be published by the Directorate to inform the public about the procedures/systems of its functioning for the sake of transparency.

11. In-house legal advice mechanism shall be strengthened by appointment of competent legal advisers in the CBI/Directorate of Enforcement.

12. The Annual Report of the Department of Revenue shall contain a detailed account on the working of the Enforcement Directorate.

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