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Anti-corruption cell releases latest ATR

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Imphal, June 4: The screening committee for disposal of complaints against government employees has issued its latest action taken report in which it was informed that 31 cases were entertained and three staffs were suspended for breaking rules in the line of duty.
Regarding a complaint against wrongful regularisation of horticulture assistant officer, assistant agriculture officers and contract employees the committee ruled that the order was issued by administrative department with approval of the state cabinet with exemption from consultation with MPSC.
On the charges of non-functioning of a government high school in Kangpokpi, the ZEO concerned inspected the school and found three teachers absent without submitting any reason.
On the other hand, the report mentioned that SDO Moirang in his reply denied the charges that staff of Moirang Settlement office were tardy in reporting for duty and leave early and refuse to prepare resident certificates and income certificates unless they are paid bribes ranging from Rs 200 to Rs 500.
The panel closed the case against Jangkholal Mate, a lecturer of Moreh Higher Secondary School, who was charged with siphoning money meant for construction of bio-tech laboratory of the school after the director of education in his testimony presented physical evidence in the form of a photograph of the building to prove the charge wrong.
Reacting to another complaint, the IT Department has written to all heads of department to update their respective websites and submit an action taken report along with the nomination of the nodal officer.
The deputy secretary (RD and PR) while responding to a complaint about non-functioning of newly constructed panchayat ghar at Naoriya Pakhangba and three other office premises informed that the buildings have been handed over to the respective gram panchayats.
The joint secretary MoBC clarified that distribution of tailoring machines and embroidery materials for the beneficiaries of 2014-15 are almost complete. The same for embroidery materials for 2015-16 will be conducted after the completion of that of the preceding phase while in the case of tailoring machines for the same phase the distribution is on halt due to a court case.
Making a clarification on the complaint that classes for computer training and tailoring courses were not conducted regularly and the stipends of the trainees have not been distributed, the deputy secretary of social welfare replied that attendance of instructors is 70% and 80% respectively for the two courses and 90% of stipends have been handed over.
The deputy labour commissioner disagreed with the complaint that Rs 500/800 were taken for issuing labour card, asserting that labour inspectors registered eligible workers at Rs 50 per person only.
Following successful complaints against them for wrong practices, a sub inspector of police GK Sharma was suspended for taking a bribe of Rs 6000 while attendant of JNIMS Hospital Radio Diagnosis Department N Romesh was suspended for collecting unaccounted fees from patients. Head of the same department Dr O Heramot was also suspended for travelling abroad without permission.    

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ProudNEMeitei June 6, 2017 - 11:26 am

minister na transfer/posting gi mataangdadi complaint leiramoi


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