Alok Verma resigns one day after being removed from the post of CBI Chief
Alok Verma resigned from the job after being removed as the CBI Director by the selection committee headed by PM Modi.
- CBI was removed on Thursday from the post of Chief
- DG of Fire Services and Homagards were made
- Verma said, ‘No chance of cleaning’
Earlier, after being removed from the rank of CBI Chief, Alok Verma said that his transfer has been done on the basis of false, baseless and fraudulent charges imposed by a person living in his defense. Verma was removed from the post on Thursday on charges of negligence in corruption and duty due to the high-level selection committee headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Breaking silence in this matter, Verma said in a statement released to PTI late on Thursday that being an important agency to investigate high-profile cases of corruption, the independence of the CBI should be protected and protected.
He said, ‘It should work without external pressures. I have tried to maintain the integrity of the agency while trying to ruin it. It can be seen in the orders of the Central Government and the CVC on October 23, 2018, which were given without any jurisdiction and those who were canceled. ‘Alok Verma’ is false, baseless and fake On the basis of the allegations, it is sad to announce the order of transfer by the committee to be tragic.
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According to the order issued by the government on Thursday, the 1979 batch IPS officer has been appointed as the Director of Fire Department, Civil Defense and Home Guards under the Home Ministry. The CBI Director is currently in charge of Additional Director M Nageshwar Rao. In a high-level committee chaired by Prime Minister Modi, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge and Justice A. K. They are okay. Justice Sikri appointed Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi as his representative.
Alok Verma said that the committee was tasked with deciding his future strategy as a CBI Director. He said, ‘I stood for the integrity of the institution and if asked again, I would do this again to maintain the rule of law.’ After 77 days of being sent for forced leave, Verma returned to his duty on Wednesday. The AGMUT cadre IPS officer Verma reached the CBI headquarters at around 10.30 am on Wednesday. The Supreme Court had canceled the controversial government order on Verma’s leave on Tuesday.
Both Arv Verma and Special Director Rakesh Asthana had been sent for the forced leave on October 23, 2018, and had taken all their rights. According to officials, Rao welcomed Verma after reaching the CBI headquarters. Mr. N Nageshwar Rao (then Joint Director), IPS officer of the 1986 batch Odisha cadre, was given the responsibilities and responsibilities of CBI Director on late night on October 23, 2018. He was later promoted as Additional Director.
The Supreme Court had on Tuesday dismissed the order to send Verma on forced leave, but he had prevented him from taking any major policy decision till the completion of the CVC investigation into allegations of corruption against him. In the absence of a clear definition of ‘big policy’ decision, there was a sort of uncertainty that the rights to Verma would be limited to what extent. The apex court said that any further decision against Verma will be taken by the Empowered Committee which selects and recruits the CBI Director.