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Nabakishore retirement accepted, denies graft charges

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Imphal, July 9:  The state government has given its acquiescence to the notice for voluntary retirement submitted by outgoing chief secretary of Manipur Oinam Nabakishore. The letter of approval was handed over personally to Nabakishore today.
The former chief secretary while talking to media persons latter refuted reports aired in a local TV channel that his removal from the post was related to misappropriation of funds belonging to Manipur Development Society when he was the chairman.
In his clarification he said he took over as chief secretary on October 1, 2015 and consequently served as the chairman of MDS. The chairman’s main duty was to countersign cheques, he said and admitted there were already some discrepancies in the balance sheet of MDS when he took over.
There is not a shred of proof of his involvement in corruption and he had retired fully on personal grounds, according to Nabakishore.
The prompt acceptance of his resignation by the administration is ample verification of his innocence of the indirect suggestions of involvement in malpractices, he claimed.
Meanwhile, supporters of Nabakishore blocked roads in some areas falling under Ningthoukhong police station in Bishnupur district to protest his removal from the post of chief secretary by the authorities.

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