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Odisha govt gives compulsory retirement to five corrupt officials

All of them were earlier arrested by the vigilance on corruption charges
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Our Correspondent   |   Bhubaneswar   |   Published 09.02.22, 01:25 AM

The Odisha government on Tuesday gave compulsory retirement to five corrupt officials, including an engineer and a police inspector.

The officials given the marching orders included an assistant engineer of Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA), Baripada in Mayurbhanj district; community development project officer (CDPO), Balikuda in Jagatsinghpur district; anganwadi supervisor, Balikuda; inspector, Police Training College, Angul and revenue supervisor, Keonjhar Sadar Tahsildar office in Keonjhar district

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All of them were earlier arrested by the vigilance on corruption charges. So far, 146 corrupt government officials have been given compulsory retirement.



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