Saturday, June 12, 2010

Where’s the girl who filed a sexual exploitation case against 2004 batch Bihar cadre IAS?

THE Jalaun police of Uttar Pradesh has failed to trace the girl who lodged a complaint against 2004 batch Bihar cadre IAS Dr Virendra Prasad Yadav saying that he refused to marry her after sexually exploiting her, according to media reports. A veterinary doctor by profession, Yadav is now district magistrate of Madhepura in Bihar.
According to reports, the investigating officer has failed to get the whereabouts of the girl after a court directed the Jalaun police to lodge an FIR and investigate her complaint. According to a report in The Times of India, the address – Officers’ Colony in Sushil Nagar -- was not found accurate, and it was discovered that she had been residing at a rented house of SR Verma at Sushil Nagar in Orai town.
The investigating officer told a section of media that neither he could contact her or her parents so far, nor her brothers and sisters could inform him about her whereabouts and her mobile number.

Netas get united to punish 1996 batch IAS Naveen Mittal
In a classic case of Netas getting united to target a babu, a number of MPs, MLAs and MLCs cutting across party lines in Andhra Pradesh demanded that all the deals related to regularisation of government land for rich parties by former Hyderabad DM Naveen Mittal be cancelled and stringent action be taken against the 1996 batch Andhra Pradesh cadre IAS who is currently working as a special commissioner of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC). A B.Tech in computer engineering, Mr Mittal was also the DM of Machilipatnam, and had undertaken a short training programme on community development in US in 2002. 

Now UPSC may select 60 Indian Legal Service officers 
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