Central Vigilance Commission awaits nod to prosecute 58 staff

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Friday, March 11, 2016
New Delhi

The Central Vigilance Commission is awaiting sanction from different departments for over four months to prosecute 58 government employees including some IAS and IRS officials for their alleged involvement in corruption. Of the 32 cases, the highest of six are pending with the Department of Personnel and Training, three each with Railways, Defence, Health and Family Welfare according to latest CVC data. Two cases each are pending with Bank of India and Finance Ministry, one each with Oriental Bank of Commerce, Corporation Bank, State Bank of Patiala, Exim Bank, State Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, Home Ministry, Commerce Ministry, Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry and Telecommunications Ministry.

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