Memo pitches for action against corrupt Vety officials


IMPHAL, November 26: Urging to take up befitting action against tainted officials of Veterinary & Animal Husbandry Department by forming a high-powered committee, a woman claiming to be a public from Lilong Haoreibi has submitted a memorandum to the Governor today.

The woman is identified as S Bino Devi. A copy of the memorandum was also submitted each to the Chief Minister and Chief Secretary.

In the memorandum, the woman alleged irregular maintenance of cash book by DD0/HOO of the Directorate, mis-utilization of fund amounting to Rs 50.14 lakh and misappropriation of fund Rs 136.72 lakh occurred due to no-distribution of procured vaccines, medicines and appliances vaccines and medicines to the Veterinary institutions and illegal transferring of fund Rs 47.32 lakh electronically to the personal account of Deputy Director (Statistics) of the Vety Directorate.

It also alleged payment of salary/pension with higher scale of Grade-III Dy Director/equivalent to six demoted/degraded officers, granting of ACP scheme to 170 employees of Vety Department with the help of non-existing memorandum of PIC, issuing promotion orders of seven Veterinary Officers to the post of Grade-II without the MPSC concurrence, forwarding of necessary pension paper for a retired Veterinary Officer without proper verification and unauthorized collection of the review DPC held by Dr S Joute, the then Director of Veterinary & Animal Husbandry Department and another two MPSC concurrence letters by Dr Ch Nandakishor Singh, Very Officer.

It may be mentioned here that the petitioner had already submitted a memorandum to the Governor on November 2 last urging to crack down against corrupt officials of the Directorate.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here