Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday handed down compulsory retirement to six more State government officials accused of corruption and inefficiency.
So far the State government has sent as many as 151 officers on compulsory retirement on charges of corruption.
With this, the number of corrupt officials either dismissed or sent on mandatory retirement has gone up to 146 in the State.
So far, the Odisha government has taken action against 140 officers on charges of corruption.
The Odisha Government on Wednesday ordered compulsory retirement of four Coaches of Odisha Council of Sports on grounds of inefficiency and dereliction of duty.
The tainted Deputy Manager of Odisha State Police Housing and Welfare Corporation Pratap Samal has been given compulsory retirement by the Government of Odisha on Thursday. The State government took the decision to retire the official over incompetency & corruption charges.
During the raid, a bizarre scene unfolded when the government official threw a bag containing Rs 20 lakh unaccounted cash onto his neighbour’s terrace in a bid to escape detection by anti- corruption department officials.
A cashier at Tihidi block of Bhadrak district, Prabhakar, who has been arrested in two bribery cases, has also been given compulsory retirement from the State government, added the CMO release.
Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government has ordered compulsory retirement of four high ranking officials after charges of corruption were proved against them. The government officials booked by the State Vigilance Department are Sarat Chandra Panda, Deputy Conservator of Forests, Khariar, with assets of Rs 5.23 crore; Basanta Kumar Behera with assets worth Rs 3.61 crore in […]
Khurda: Three Odisha police officials were sent on compulsory retirement for their doubtful integrity in exercise of powers under Rule 71 of Odisha Service Code, informed DGP BK Sharma today. The compulsory retirement orders of Sub-inspector Banamali Nayak, Assistant sub-inspectors Kishore Kumar Bag and Birabar Lenka were given by concerned Superintendents of Police in pursuance […]
New Delhi: In a massive cleanup operation, Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik has decided to crack the whip against 81 of his uniformed men by invoking compulsory retirement clause. The majority in the list – 78 police personnel are of inspector and junior rank. Besides three assistant commissioners of police (ACPs), allegedly involved in corrupt […]
Bhubaneswar: Odisha Government on Monday ordered compulsory retirement of Pradeep Kumar Mohanty, former Chief District Agriculture Officer of Koraput serving in the rank of Deputy Director, Agriculture over corruption charges with immediate effect. Following allegations of corruption, Mohanty was intercepted by the Vigilance officials near Jeypore Ghati on July 2 while he was on his […]
Bhubaneswar: Cracking whip on corruption and incompetence, Odisha government on Wednesday sent six officials including two excise department officials on compulsory retirement. As per a statement by the government, the six officers – Deputy Executive Engineer of Keonjhar Rural Works Division, Ajit Kumar Debata, Assistant Engineer of Cuttack R&B Division Jitendra Kumar Dalai have been […]
Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government on Tuesday gave compulsory retirement to as many as seven officials including a jail DIG on grounds of corruption and inefficiency. The six other officials who have been given compulsory retirement include a Commandant, a Deputy Commandant, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), a Child Development Project Officer (CDPO) and two mines […]
Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government on Friday ordered compulsory retirement of nine more officers on charges of corruption and inefficiency. While seven officials have been terminated for corruption cases, remaining two have been dismissed from service for their inefficiency in discharging duties. The officials are from the mines, forest, health and labour departments. While two officials […]