Government compulsorily retires 15 customs officials
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Government compulsorily retires 15 customs officials

By TOI calender  21-Oct-2019

Government compulsorily retires 15 customs officials

The government on Tuesday compulsorily retired 15 very senior customs officials, reported news agency ANI. The list includes officers of the ranks of the principal commissioner, commissioner, additional commissioner and deputy commissioner of Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC). 

Earlier this month, in a similar move, the government had compulsorily retired from service 12 senior income tax officers on charges of corruption and professional misconduct. The list of the 12 officers was topped by a Joint Commissioner-rank officer against whom there are serious complaints of corruption and extortion from businessmen accused of helping self-styled godman Chandraswami. An IRS officer in the post of Commissioner (Appeal) in Noida, who was accused of sexual harassment by two lady IRS officers of Commissioner rank was also asked to retire, earlier this month.

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Another IRS officer who was compulsorily retired earlier had acquired movable and immovable assets worth over Rs 3.17 crore in the name of self and his family members. These movable and immovable properties had allegedly been acquired by abusing his official position and by corrupt and illegal means.


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