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15 officials sacked; pensions of 2 stopped

Sunday, 18 August 2019 | PNS | BHUBANESWAR

Executing Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s zero-tolerance policy towards corruption, the State Government has expelled 15 officials from their jobs and stopped pensions of two retired ones, informed a Press release from the CM’s Office on Saturday.

The dismissed officials had been convicted in different graft cases by the anti-corruption department of the Government.

The sacked officials are former Boudh IMV Debi Prasad Padhi, former Dunguripali Cooperative Society Secretary Debadatta Das, Umarkote Municipality Octroi Tax Sarkar Kaliprasad Singh, former Dhamnagar tehsil Clerk Batakrushna Barik, former M Rampur block VLW Krushna Mohan Das, former Kesinga block Secretary-cum-PEO Ashok Kumar Saha, former Junagarh block Panchayat Executive Officer Padmamukh Sabar, former Mursundi gram panchayat (Boudh) Secretary Kishore Chandra Pradhan, former Banapur Salia irrigation project Assistant Engineer Bijay Kumar Sahu, former Bhawanipatna ITDA Junior Engineer (JD) Karunakar Panda, former Kuliana block JE Mangal Singh Munda, former Kuliana block Assistant Engineer Baidyanath Majhi, former Sarakana block JE Pratap Chandra Rout,  former Thuamul-Rampur ITDA JE Nigamananda Panda and former BMC Health Officer’s office Clerk Chittaranjan Lal.

Besides, pensions of retired Kalahandi ITDA Assistant Engineer Ashwini Kumar Sharma and retired Kalahandi DRDA APD Shashank Shekhar Patnaik have been stopped.                

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