The Chief Minister’s stern stance against the corrupt and incompetent; Four more corrupt officials were Leave Also
Bhubaneswar: The Chief Minister has taken a stern stance against the corrupt and incompetent. The state government has made compulsory retirement for four more officials. It is learned that there are three executive engineers, a police inspector, an additional supply officer and a district welfare officer. So far, action has been taken against 156 officers. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has always emphasized the importance of maintaining high morals and integrity in public life. He has always insisted on zero tolerance against incompetent and corrupt officials. The Chief Minister has continued his efforts to provide services to the people through a transparent, efficient and accountable administration. According to the state government’s approach, four more officers have now been forced to retire, including officials in various fields, including three executive engineers, a police inspector, an additional supply officer and a district welfare officer. In addition, 156 officers have been fired or forced to retire.
Of these, three are executive engineers from the Public Health Engineering Cadre under the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Of these, Mr. Saroj Kumar Das’s work style was not satisfactory and his past record shows that he was very incompetent in his work. It is against the public interest to assume responsibility for a government official because of his or her incompetence, lack of commitment, and incompetence. So he has been forced to retire. Similarly, the activities of Mr. Dayanidhi Samal, an executive engineer, are also unsatisfactory. His activities are contrary to the work of a responsible government official and are against the public interest. In addition, he has been forced to retire due to incompetence and dishonesty. Another executive engineer, Mr. Karunakar Ghadai, has been charged with corruption. He showed undeserved kindness to one of the suppliers. His actions are unsatisfactory and there is evidence of dishonesty against him. So he has been forced to retire. Anugul district police inspector Ratnakar Mallick has been given a compulsory retirement due to incompetence. There are two corruption cases in the name of Ratnakar Sethi, Additional Supply Officer, Nuapada District. More than Rs 4.5 crore worth of property was seized from him by the Anti-Corruption Department and he was sent to jail. He has been forced to retire due to dishonesty. Miss Anugul District Welfare Officer Miss? There is a corruption case in the name of Charulata Mallick. As a district welfare officer, he was caught red-handed by the anti-corruption department while accepting a bribe. He was suspended. Now he has been forced to retire. In addition, 156 employees have been fired or forced to retire.