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Shiv Sena calls for CBI probe into IAS officer’s allegations of corruption, Harassment
9/17/2023 10:30:15 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 17: In a significant development, Shiv Sena (UBTI) Jammu and Kashmir Unit State President, Manish Shani, has called for a comprehensive investigation by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the allegations made by an IAS officer. The officer has not only exposed the claims of a corruption-free and transparent administration in Jammu and Kashmir but has also alleged harassment along with corruption.
Addressing journalists at the party’s state headquarters, Shani pointed out that the louder the government proclaims its commitment to being corruption-free, the more prominent the issue of corruption seems to become. The IAS officer in question, Ashok Parmar, belonging to the 1992 batch, has taken a bold step by raising accusations of corruption and harassment within the administration, and he has also lodged a formal complaint with the National Scheduled Caste Commission.
Shani elaborated on the officer’s allegations, stating that during his tenure as Chief Secretary in the Jal Shakti Department, as soon as he initiated actions against ongoing scams within the department, he faced an immediate transfer. What is particularly noteworthy is that this officer has been transferred five times in just a year, from March 2022 to the present day.
Sahni has urged the Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha, to intervene and order a CBI investigation into Ashok Parmar’s allegations. He emphasized the need to thoroughly examine these claims to either confirm or refute the administration’s assertions of being corruption-free.
The call for a CBI probe underscores the importance of transparency and accountability in governance and highlights the seriousness with which Shiv Sena (UBTI) views the allegations brought forward by the IAS officer.
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