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CBI: Two DIGs promoted as Jt Director

D S Shukla and Ramnish have been promoted as Joint Director in CBI for the panel year 2018. They are from CBI’s own cadre and had joined the agency as the Dy SP.


Presently, Shukla works as DIG, Special Crime Unit (Delhi) whereas Ramnish is posted as DIG in Gandhinagar. 

10 Apr 2019
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CBI chief Verma revokes transfer orders issued post 22 Oct

The CBI Director Alok Verma has reportedly revoked the transfer orders issued by the then director in-charge M Nageshwar Rao. Accordingly, the transfers of DSP A K Bassi, S P Gurm, Jt Director A K Sharma and others were withdrawn with immediate effect.


It may be underlined that the High-Powered Committee comprising PM Narendra Modi, Justice A K Sikri and leader of opposition in Lok Sabha, Mallikarjun Kharge, ended inconclusively today. As per the SC order Alok Verma cannot take major policy decisions till the final decision is taken by the statutory committee. Though, immediately after taking the charge Alok Verma, using his administrative powers, revoked most of the transfer orders issued by the then director in-charge M Nageshwar Rao.  

 

It may be mentioned that CJI Ranjan Gogoi had recused himself from the committee, and instead nominated Justice A K Sikri for the high-powered committee. The CVC Report, on the allegations against CBI Director Verma, were placed before the selection panel which ended inconclusively.


09 Jan 2019
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CBI: Two DIGs promoted as Jt Director

By IndianMandarins 10 Apr 2019

D S Shukla and Ramnish have been promoted as Joint Director in CBI for the panel year 2018. They are from CBI’s own cadre and had joined the agency as the Dy SP.


Presently, Shukla works as DIG, Special Crime Unit (Delhi) whereas Ramnish is posted as DIG in Gandhinagar. 

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CBI chief Verma revokes transfer orders issued post 22 Oct

By IndianMandarins 09 Jan 2019

The CBI Director Alok Verma has reportedly revoked the transfer orders issued by the then director in-charge M Nageshwar Rao. Accordingly, the transfers of DSP A K Bassi, S P Gurm, Jt Director A K Sharma and others were withdrawn with immediate effect.


It may be underlined that the High-Powered Committee comprising PM Narendra Modi, Justice A K Sikri and leader of opposition in Lok Sabha, Mallikarjun Kharge, ended inconclusively today. As per the SC order Alok Verma cannot take major policy decisions till the final decision is taken by the statutory committee. Though, immediately after taking the charge Alok Verma, using his administrative powers, revoked most of the transfer orders issued by the then director in-charge M Nageshwar Rao.  

 

It may be mentioned that CJI Ranjan Gogoi had recused himself from the committee, and instead nominated Justice A K Sikri for the high-powered committee. The CVC Report, on the allegations against CBI Director Verma, were placed before the selection panel which ended inconclusively.


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CBI arrested its Deputy SP

By IndianMandarins 22 Oct 2018

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested its Deputy Superintendent of Police Devender Kumar on the allegations of forgery in recording the statement of Sathish Sana, who had alleged to have paid bribes to get relief in the case involving meat exporter Moin Qureshi. Earlier Kumar was the investigation officer in the case.

 

It is alleged that a statement of Sana was purportedly recorded on 26 September 2018 by the investigating team headed by Asthana, but later CBI claimed that on that given day the businessman Sana was in Hyderabad.

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