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Board of Directors: VRS of a Director hangs in balance?

A senior board level official in country’s key public sector entity is under troubles since May this year. In an unwarranted situation, the top official chose to opt for VRS but that did not prove to be enough to ease him out. If some top sources in a premier agency is to be believed the notice period for VRS ended in the first week of August 2019 but the administrative ministry extended the timeline for a particular reason.

As per rules the acceptance of VRS application requires vigilance clearance but the agencies do not find the case fit for clearance and his VRS has been hanging in balance for now.

Irony is that even though the Board-level official wants to get rid of corruption charges mere few months ahead of retirement, he finds himself in a catch 22 situation.

 

18 Sep 2019
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Ex-IAS Sooraj in ED's grip

The Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday attached properties worth Rs 8.8 crores belonging to former IAS officer T O Sooraj in a disproportionate assets case filed by state Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau (VACB).

 

The action against the former senior bureaucrat of the state was taken under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).  Sooraj retired from the service a few months back.

 

A charge sheet was filed before a court in Muvattupuzha (Kerala) last year, saying the former PWD secretary Sooraj has amassed unaccounted assets to the tune of Rs 11 crore.

10 Jan 2019
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Board of Directors: VRS of a Director hangs in balance?

By IndianMandarins 18 Sep 2019

A senior board level official in country’s key public sector entity is under troubles since May this year. In an unwarranted situation, the top official chose to opt for VRS but that did not prove to be enough to ease him out. If some top sources in a premier agency is to be believed the notice period for VRS ended in the first week of August 2019 but the administrative ministry extended the timeline for a particular reason.

As per rules the acceptance of VRS application requires vigilance clearance but the agencies do not find the case fit for clearance and his VRS has been hanging in balance for now.

Irony is that even though the Board-level official wants to get rid of corruption charges mere few months ahead of retirement, he finds himself in a catch 22 situation.

 

ex-ias-sooraj-in-ed's-grip

Ex-IAS Sooraj in ED's grip

By IndianMandarins 10 Jan 2019

The Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday attached properties worth Rs 8.8 crores belonging to former IAS officer T O Sooraj in a disproportionate assets case filed by state Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau (VACB).

 

The action against the former senior bureaucrat of the state was taken under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).  Sooraj retired from the service a few months back.

 

A charge sheet was filed before a court in Muvattupuzha (Kerala) last year, saying the former PWD secretary Sooraj has amassed unaccounted assets to the tune of Rs 11 crore.

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