Centre sacked IAS officer

Due to duty negligence and corruption

Central government given shock to officials those who do not done their duty. Dismissed corrupted officers. Government issued dismissing orders to IAS officer K. Narasimha. He belongs to 1991 IAS bach. Government alleged that he is not all interested in duty and not achieving targets. And also he faces some corruption allegations. Departmental review committee officials decided that he is not fit for government job.So, government dismissed him.

The cabinet committee met on Thursday which was presided by prime ministerNarendramodi. Under public interest act rule 16 (3) of All India services (death cum retired benefits) rules 1958 the cabinet committee meeting issued dismissal orders of K. Narasimha. According this rule – those who faced allegations of corruption will be dismissed with  3months  notice or giving 3 months salary.Sources saying – with Narasimha’s dismissal government proved that it can not tolerate corruption.

In 2014 also similar incident happened. At that year IAS couple Aravind and Tinu Joshi were removed from services. They earned Rs. 350 crores property. And some 3 croresun account money also seized from them. So they were sacked from services.

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