IAS officer stages sit-in

Last Updated: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 - 22:11

Jaipur: A senior Haryana IAS officer is
on an indefinite sit-in in Rajasthan`s hill resort Mount Abu
to protest what he alleged irregularities in the affairs of
the Brahma Kumaris Vishwavidayala, a charge denied by the
institution.



Raj Rup Fulia, Principal Secretary (Archives), Haryana
Government, is on a dharna since March 17 outside the Vidayala
demanding a thorough inquiry into alleged financial and other
irregularities.
"I have been associated with the organisation for more
than 40 years. But for the past few years, I have been
noticing financial and other irregularities," he told PTI by
telephone from Mount Abu.



The Prajapita Ishwariya Brahma Kumaris Vishwavidyala
refuted the charge saying the officer wanted to interfere in
the internal affairs of the institution for his own vested
interest.
"What he wants is interference in the organisation`s
internal affairs. Our affairs are quite transparent. He is
creating nuisance and is leveling baseless allegations," B K
Mruthyunjaya, Executive Secretary of the institution, said.



"We have written to Chief Ministers of Rajasthan and
Haryana in this regard," he said.



PTI



First Published: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 - 22:11

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