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KCP Poirei put another charge for corruption to JNIMS director

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Imphal, Aug 10: Rebel group KCP Poirei Meitei Lup has put another allegation to the JNIMS Director charging him of collecting money from the contract employees for their regularization. A press statement of the outfit said that the JNIMS director, Dr. L Deven who was regularised by violating the RR is sending out feeler to collect money from the various contract employees of JNIMS for regularisation of their post. The outfit also continues its allegation to the JNIMS director saying that in order to conceal his misdeed to turn the JNIMS into his earning field, Dr. L Deben blind the people by providing treatment to some few person who are living under poverty line.
The outfit has reiterated the allegations levelled against the JNIMS director in charge and warned of serious consequences. It appealed the concern authority to look into the matter and take up appropriate action. In today’s press statement the outfit said that the JNIMS director under its organisation “All Non Regular Employee Association JNIMS” had been collecting money ranging from Rs. 70,000 to 90,000 depending upon the nature of their post. The outfit said that it can provide all necessary documents for collection of the money.
The outfit also appealed the civil society organisation of the state to find out the misdeed of the JNIMS director who had been violating all rules instead of blindly putting him as a symbol as it would have great impact to the society. The outfit further said that money can’t compromise to the party’s stand against the director.

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