Monday, November 12, 2018

150 CBI sleuths participate in Art of Living workshop to “improve positivity and enhance synergy”

THE Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which has recently been embroiled in an unprecedented controversy leading to the forced leave of two of its top officers, has organised a three-day workshop at its headquarters in Delhi to build synergy and positivity. The three-day workshop which is being conducted by the instructors of the Art of Living Foundation of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, enters…
the third day today. 
India’s premier investigation organisation in a statement said that the purpose of the workshop is to “improve positivity, enhance synergy and generate a healthy atmosphere in the agency”. Also, the organisation believes that it would motivate the staff to achieve their full potential. 
Over 150 officers, from the rank of inspectors upto incharge director, CBI, are attending the workshop. The organisation has released the photos of the workshop. 
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court on Monday deferred the hearing of a CBI case till November 16 after the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) submitted its preliminary inquiry report about the allegation of corruption against its director Alok Verma. Verma moved court last month challenging the government’s order, asking him to go on leave. His second-in-command, Rakesh Asthana, was also asked to go on leave. 
The SC first asked the CVC to conduct an inquiry into the allegations on Verma under the supervision of a retired Supreme Court judge, AK Patnaik. The CVC was given a time of two weeks to complete the investigation. The inquiry report was submitted to the court today in a sealed envelope.

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