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Haryana chief minister, Mr. Manohar lal has ordered the suspension of the divisional land conservation officer, agriculture and farmers welfare department, gurugram

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14 October 2022, Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal has ordered the suspension of the Divisional Land Conservation Officer, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Department, Gurugram, Umesh with immediate effect for furnishing a false report in a corruption case. Along with this, Chief Minister has directed to issue  show -cause notices to Additional Director, Kuldeep Gautam, who is currently posted in Panchkula, and Deputy Superintendent, Arvind Kumar.

Giving this information, OSD to Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupeshwar Dayal said  after the meeting of CM Window held under the chairmanship of Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Mr. V Umashankar, directions have been given to take stern action against the above officers.

He said that Land Conservation Officer, Gurugram, Umesh, was given the responsibility of ascertaining the financial loss caused to the government in a case. On this Umesh reported no financial loss resulted to the government, which was contrary to the earlier report given by Mr. RK Verma, a retired IAS officer.

In this regard, a complaint was made by a person named Daljit Singh regarding Chilla, Dhulawat, Bhond, Nangal Mubarakpur villages of Nuh district, in which the officials working there were accused of rigging the farmers to the tune of Rs. 78 lakh in lieu of installing underground drain and fountain sets. 

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