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CVC awaits orders against 123 officials for prosecution

IANS  |  New Delhi 

The (CVC) on Thursday said that it is waiting for the sanctions from different government organisations to prosecute over 123 employees for over last four months for their alleged involvement in cases, sources said.

A senior requesting anonymity told IANS: "Yes, the is awaiting for the prosecution orders from the different organisations for suitable action against the officials against whom there are charges of "

The said that the list of 123 government officials includes Indian Administrative Officials (IAS) and those who are working in central probe agencies like the (CBI), the (ED) and the

The source said that out of 123 officials, 45 are from the government banks.

According to the sources, a total of 57 cases are pending sanction for prosecution from different government organisations.

The source said that there are separate cases involving an Additional SP of the CBI, of the ED and the are being awaited, while there are about eight cases pending with the Ministry of Personnel, and five each with the and the government of

He also pointed out that a total of 15 cases, involving 45 employees with the State Bank of India, Canara Bank, Corporation Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, Punjab National Bank, Allahabad Bank, and is pending for the last four months.

The source said that the Commission agreed in seven cases involving 16 officials of Department of Personnel and Training, Corporation Bank, State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, and the departments or organisations that sanction for prosecution is not necessary.

However, final action taken or decision is still awaited, he said.

The source then said that two such cases involving are pending with Union territories, Department of Revenue, Defence Ministry, Ministry of Food and Supply, and

While one case each from the state governments of Chhattisgarh, Jammu and Kashmir, Andhra Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, and involving corrupt staff is awaiting sanction for prosecution, the source said.



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First Published: Thu, June 13 2019. 20:26 IST