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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

M Nageshwar Rao named new CBI executive, 9 authorities exchanged

 CBI chief Alok Verma and Special Director Rakesh Asthana were sent on leave by the local government. Joint Director M Nageshwar Rao has been given the charge of the executive of CBI with prompt impact, as indicated by reports.

 In the significant move by the local government, CBI building has been fixed and neither staff nor untouchables are being permitted inside the premises. A sum of 9 officers has been exchanged. Agent SP of CBI AK Bassi has been exchanged and posted as Deputy SP CBI, ACB Port Blair. Extra SP CBI SS Gum has been exchanged and posted as CBI, ACB Jabalpur. CBI DIG Manish Kumar Sinha, DIG Taurn Gauba, DIG Jasbir Singh, DIG Anish Prasad, DIG KR Chaurasia, HoB Ram Gopal and SP Satish Dagar have been exchanged. These authorities were testing into the body of evidence against Asthana, according to ANI report. 

The administration's crackdown comes multi-day after the Delhi High Court coordinated the CBI to keep up the present state of affairs on the criminal procedures started against Asthana. A preliminary court in the national capital sent CBI's DSP Devender Kumar, captured regarding gift claims including its Special Director Asthana to seven-day remand. 

In the request, which bears the mark of Additional Secretary to the Govt. of India, "Reference this current Department's requests of even no. dated 23.10.2018. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has endorsed that amid the time of the subsistence of the previously mentioned interval measure, referred to in reference above, Shri M. Nageshwar Rao, IPS, by and by filling in as Joint Director, CBI will take care of obligations and elements of Director CBI and will assume control over the obligations and capacities with prompt effect."The continuous tussle including Asthana and his supervisor Verma, the CBI Director has evoked a political slugfest with Congress locking onto the issue to corner the BJP-drove NDA government at the Center. "As far as both Lok Pal Act and Supreme Court Judgment in Jain Hawala case-Director CBI has a settled residency of 2 years. Govt can not shorten residency/take interval measures without a gathering of Committee comprising of PM, CJI, and pioneer of Opposition/single biggest gathering," Congress Spokesperson Manish Tewari posted on Twitter.

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