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Large-scale corruption in Dima Hasao's veteriry department alleged

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  18 July 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From a Correspondent

Haflong, July 17: President of Shakti Mahila Mondol, Haflong, Parboti Thaosen disclosed that her organization, which is a frontline women’s organization fighting for social justice and corruption would not lie low though she had been receiving threats from few sources.

On the eve of the Governor’s visit to Haflong, Thaosen held a press meet at ‘Nothao’ which was attended by Sabani iding, general secretary, Madhu Chetri, organizing secretary, and S. Hrangkhol, secretary legal. In the meet Thaosen alleged that large-scale corruption and irregularities had taken place in the Department of Veteriry, Dima Hasao, for which she had approached the then Governor and Deputy Commissioner.

She alleged that Jadav Gogoi, who is CBI chargesheeted but holding the charge of Additiol Director, had given appointment to Anjali Bora and Parag Bora long back without the approval of the NCHAC and surprisingly, no one has seen these two employees working in the department for a single day.

In another instance, the Additiol Director in charge was once released from Dima Hasao by the NCHAC but mysteriously reinstated. His mysterious comeback raised many eyebrows.

Thaosen further alleged that large amount of fund had been diverted to the persol bank account of an employee, Altrica Suchiang, interl auditor showing Suchiang as a contractor or supplier. Claiming having more than sufficient evidence, Thaosen argued how could an employee be both government employee and contractor at a same time.

Thaosen said that since Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal had zero tolerance towards corruption and had came down heavily against corrupt official, they were waiting for appropriate action from the Chief Minister and they would also meet Prime Minister rendra Modi in this regard. “We want our district to be corruption free,” she said.


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