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Haryana Vigilance Bureau tightens noose around corrupt officials

Chandigarh, October 4, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
While swiftly working towards a zero-tolerance policy against corruption as adopted by Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal, the State Vigilance Bureau, under its ongoing crusade against corruption has completed 18 enquiries during the month of July and the report of these enquiries has been sent to the Government.

Sharing more information here today, a spokesperson of the bureau said that in two enquiries, departmental action has been recommended against one gazetted officer and three non-gazetted officials. In one enquiry, the Bureau has recommended to register a criminal case along with departmental action against one non- gazette official, and in one enquiry, recommended a criminal case against one non- gazette official. Besides this, in one enquiry, the bureau has recommended cancelling the plots and action against plots owners as per the rule of Panchayati Raj Department.

The spokesman said that on the basis of complaints and enquiries, the Bureau has also booked 48 government officials including 15 class-I officers, 10 class-II officers, 23 class-III employees and 12 private persons in 13 separate cases under the Prevention of Corruption Act and various sections of IPC.

He said that during the same period, 13 government officers and officials and 8 private persons were caught red-handed while taking illegal gratification ranging from Rs. 4,000 to Rs. 65,000.

Among those who were caught red-handed include Subhash Arora, resident of Vidya Nagar, Bhiwani while accepting illegal gratification of Rs 65,000 (Rs. 30,000 online mode and Rs. 35,000 cash), Rajender Soni, Executive Officer, M.C, Narwana, Jind district for accepting Rs 40,000, Ved Parkash, Superintendent, O/o DC, Sonipat for accepting Rs 20,000, Sunil Mehla Junior Engineer, HSVP, Panipat for accepting Rs 50,000 and Sumer Singh, Lineman/clerk UHBVN, Murthal, Sonipat for accepting a bribe of Rs. 50,000.

Anil Kumar, Incharge, and Vinay Kumar, Computer Operator, Haryana Khadi Gram Udyog Board, Panipat were caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs 20,000. Similarly, Raman Panwar, Old Housing Board Colony, Bhiwani was caught while accepting a bribe of Rs. 10,000 on behalf of Dinesh Kumar, L.A., State Pollution Control Board Bhiwani.

ASI Bijender, PS Farukhnagar and Lal Chand, residents of village Khera Kharrampur, District Gurugram were caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 20,000.

Somparkash, resident of Shiv Colony, Village Sahapura, Ballabgarh, district Faridabad was caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 14,000. Head Constable, Sunil Police Post, Gwal Pahari Gurugram was caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 10,000.

Yusuf Khan, resident of village Mohadamka, PS Hathin, district Palwal was caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 10,000. SI Krishan Kumar, Incharge Police Post, Sector 16 Faridabad and Udit Wadhwa, resident of Sector 17, Faridabad were caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 10,000.

Narender Kumar, Patwari, Halqa Bhajala, Tauru, Nuh and Dalip, residents of village Sundu were caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 9,000. Sunil, Halqa Patwari, Kandela, district Jind was caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 8,000. E/SI Satpal, PS City Mahendergarh was caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 7,000.

Gagandeep, resident of village Manakpur, PS Sadar, Ambala was caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 4,500 and SI Anil Kumar, PS Jatusana, district Rewari was caught red-handed while accepting illegal gratification of Rs. 4,000.

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