Centre Compulsorily Retires 12 Senior I-T Officers For Corruption, Misconduct: Sources
On Monday, 12 senior officers were compulsorily retired by the Government, over charges of graft and professional misconduct.
Of which, a Joint-Commissioner rank officer, who has a series complaint of corruption and extortion.
An IRS officer in the post of Commissioner (Appeal), accused of sexual harassment by two lady IRS officers of Commissioner rank.
Another IRS officer who has acquired assets of worth Rs. 3.17 Crores in his name and his family, by abusing his official position and illegal means.
A Commissioner of IT, who has a Disproportionate Assets case by Anti-Corruption branch of CBI, who was suspended from Oct 2009.
Another officer who had case on corruption and extortion by passing wrong and malafide assessment orders, which was later turned by the Appellate Authority.
An officer having Rs. 1.55 Crore, which is 133.71% of known source of income, who was charged in Disproportionate Assets case.
Another officer of Commissioner rank, accused of bribery of Rs. 50 Lakh and also having assets of Rs.3.13 Crore acquired by abusing his official position and inappropriate means.