Bhadohi: Ddo handed over the investigation, Ado Dgh’s trouble increased, the case of 45 lakhs separation from the suspended secretary’s Fto separation case

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Gyanpur. ADO Deegh’s troubles have increased in the case of 11-gram panchayat fraud following a referral order from suspended secretary Nitish Verma in the district’s Deegh Development Block. DDO Jaykesh Tripathi submitted the investigation report on five grams of panchayats to the DM. In which irregularities have come to the fore, although the investigations against two other officials have not yet been concluded. In such a situation you can now also see the Shivshakti company tightening its screws in this case. The CDO has requested its report from the trade tax authority.
The deputy development officer of the Deeg development block had accepted a fraud of 45.33 lakh from the FTO of the suspended secretary. In addition, a flat-rate payment of Rs 33 lakh was made on behalf of the labor servant’s brother’s Shiv Shakti Company. In this case, District Judge Aryaka Akhouri, while recommending the suspension of ADO Panchayat, has given instructions to take restorative action. The suspension file has been in the government for almost a fortnight. On the other hand, DDO Jaykesh Tripathi, DC MGNREGA and AE Rural Engineering have been hired to investigate the scams in 11-gram panchayats. The DDO investigated and submitted the report, but two other officers’ investigation could not be completed.
Chief Development Officer Bhanu Pratap Singh said a report has been requested from the business tax authority on the company. In three points the question is asked for what purpose the company is registered. If registered, when and how much GST was deposited on behalf of the company. He said that after receiving the report on these points, strict measures would be taken against the company concerned. The CDO said the DDO had passed the investigation of five villages, including Beraspur, Badri, Jagdishpur and Danipatti. In which widespread irregularities have been found. The investigation could not be completed with the transfer of AE. The report will be submitted to the DM after the investigation has been completed.
Bhadohi MLA took note of the matter
The troubles of the Deegh ADO, caught in the 45 lakhs fraud, did not stop. BJP MLA Rabindranath Tripathi, after speaking with Panchayat Raj District, instructed Officer Baleshdhar Dwivedi and Koirauna SHO to take appropriate action on the matter. He said those who corrupt the government will not be spared.

Gyanpur. ADO Deegh’s troubles have increased in the case of 11-gram panchayat fraud following a referral order from suspended secretary Nitish Verma in the district’s Deegh Development Block. DDO Jaykesh Tripathi submitted the investigation report on five grams of panchayats to the DM. In which irregularities have come to the fore, although the investigations against two other officials have not yet been concluded. In such a situation you can now also see the Shivshakti company tightening its screws in this case. The CDO has requested a report from the trade tax authority.

The deputy development officer of the Deeg development block had accepted a fraud of 45.33 lakh from the FTO of the suspended secretary. In addition, a flat-rate payment of Rs 33 lakh was made on behalf of the labor servant’s brother’s Shiv Shakti Company. In this case, District Judge Aryaka Akhouri, while recommending the suspension of ADO Panchayat, has given instructions to take restorative action. The suspension file has been in the government for almost a fortnight. On the other hand, DDO Jaykesh Tripathi, DC MGNREGA and AE Rural Engineering have been hired to investigate the scams in 11-gram panchayats. The DDO investigated and submitted the report, but two other officers’ investigation could not be completed.

Chief Development Officer Bhanu Pratap Singh said a report has been requested from the business tax authority on the company. In three points the question is asked for what purpose the company is registered. If registered, when and how much GST was deposited on behalf of the company. He said that after receiving the report on these points, strict measures would be taken against the company concerned. The CDO said the DDO had passed the investigation of five villages, including Beraspur, Badri, Jagdishpur and Danipatti. Where widespread irregularities were found. The investigation could not be completed with the transfer of AE. The report will be submitted to the DM after the investigation has been completed.

Bhadohi MLA took note of the matter

The troubles of the Deegh ADO, caught in the 45 lakhs fraud, did not stop. BJP MLA Rabindranath Tripathi, after speaking with Panchayat Raj District, instructed Officer Baleshdhar Dwivedi and Koirauna SHO to take appropriate action on the matter. He said those who corrupt the government will not be spared.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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