Over 80 CBI cases against All India Services officials
CBI has registered more than 80 cases against All India Services officials in the past four years for their alleged involvement in illegal practises.
New Delhi: CBI has registered more than 80
cases against All India Services officials in the past four
years for their alleged involvement in illegal practises.
CBI has registered 88 cases against All India Services
Officers including IAS, IPS, IFS (Forests) between 2006 and
October 2009, Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel,
Public Grievances and Pensions, Prithviraj Chavan said in a
written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.
The investigating agency has registered a highest of 65
cases in 2006, 12 in 2007, four in 2008 and seven between
January and October this year.
CBI has filed charge sheets in 102 cases during the said
period. A highest of 41 charge sheets were filed in 2008, 32
in 2006, 23 in 2007 and six during 2009, the Minister said.
"During the said period, CBI has registered five cases
of disproportionate assets (DA) against All India Services
Officers," Chavan said.
The agency has filed two DA cases this year (up to
October 2009), two in 2007 and one in 2006. No case was
registered during 2008.
CBI has not filed charge sheet in any of the five cases.
"Out of these five disproportionate assets cases, three cases
are against the officers of Joint Secretary level and above,
working in Madras Fertilizers Ltd, Chennai, Government of
Assam and Ministry of Shipping," he said adding that "CBI
endeavours to complete investigation in all the cases at the