4 Odisha officials given compulsory retirement for corruption, inefficiency
Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government on Tuesday ordered compulsory retirement on grounds of corruption and inefficiency.
The state government compulsorily retired four senior officials in various ranks from services with immediate effect.
While two officials are OAS officers, 1 sub-registrar & 1 former district official of animal resources dept.
The officials are Angul Deputy collector Janaki Nath Mishra, Nuagarh Tahasildar Akul Mallik, Dhenkanal sub-registrar Lalatendu Satpathy and former district official of animal resources department Trilochan Dhal have been given compulsory retirement over corruption charges and gross inefficiency.
Till date, 122 government officials have been given compulsory retirement.
In September 2019, CM Naveen Patnaik government had issued a circular saying service records of state government employees, aged 50 years or more, will be reviewed and a premature retirement order will be handed out to those found lacking in integrity.