Odisha : Another govt official sent on compulsory retirement over corruption
Bhubaneswar: A senior Odisha Forest Service (OFS) official, Sudhansu Sekhar Mishra was on Thursday sent on compulsory retirement on charges of amassing disproportionate assets following a vigilance investigation.
Mishra was posted as Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), Athagarh, in 2016. He was found to be involved in acquiring assets in his names and that of his family members to the tune of more than Rs 5.5 crores.
During his house search in 2016, more than one crore of cash was seized. He had deposited Rs 3.46 Cr in bank accounts, shares etc.
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After the vigilance raid , Mishra was arrested and forwarded to the court. He was placed under suspension on February 25, 2016.
Earlier in the moth, the State government sent four government officials on compulsory retirement on corruption charges.