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Saturday, 12 December 2020

Naib tehsildar, BDO among six suspended for negligence

Chandigarh, December 11

Taking cognisance of complaints regarding negligent officers raised on the CM window, suspension orders of six officers and employees, including a Naib tehsildar and BDO were issued on Friday.

The orders were issued on the directions of the CM by Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates Programme Project Director Rakesh Gupta and OSD to CM Bhupeshwar Dayal, during a review meeting of the CM window, social media grievances tracker here.

During the review meeting, the Superintendent of Police of Panipat was directed to constitute a special team to arrest the sarpanch, Rair Kalan village in Panipat district. The said sarpanch is absconding after committing an embezzlement of Rs 1.87 crore from the Panchayati Fund. In another case of misappropriation of Panchayati Funds in Mewat, to the tune Rs 1.60 crore was withdrawn on the basis of fake documents. Immediate action was taken when the matter came to the notice of the Chief Minister wherein suspension orders of BDO Amit Kumar and the then Panchayat Secretary were issued and directions to register an FIR against them were also given.

Strict disciplinary proceedings were initiated against the then Executive Officer, Municipal Council BN Bharti (retired), for being hand in glove with a builder for illegal acquisition of PWD land in Narnaul, Mahendragarh. The then Building Inspector Bhim Singh was also suspended with immediate effect.

In a complaint regarding corruption allegations against officer of the Cooperation Department, Inspector Amit Kumar working in Karnal district has also been suspended. The said inspector in connivance with his relatives had set up a bogus society. These societies were duping people by creating fake ID cards using government logos. Thus, strict proceedings have also been ordered against the Inspector.

Taking strict action against, Naib tehsildar Shivraj Singh for his appointment on the basis of forged documents, orders were issued to register two FIRs against him in two separate cases and his suspension orders were issued with immediate effect. In the second case, false NOC was issued for acquisition of government land.

Strict disciplinary action was also ordered against the then Municipal Secretary Kanina, Rohtash after he was found guilty in the initial inquiry.

Besides, strict action was also ordered under Rule 7, along with registration of an FIR against Assistant Registrar Co-operative Society (ARCS) Satish Rohilla and Rishi Kumar, after they were found hand in glove with the builder regarding 40,000 square yards of land in Gurugram district. — TNS

from The Tribune

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