Corruption & Inefficiency: Nine More Officials Awarded Compulsory Retirement By State Govt

Bhubaneswar: As many as nine officers including a deputy director of Mines were awarded compulsory retirement today. These officials face corruption cases and were considered fit cases for compulsory retirement.

According to the Stare Government, these officials also faced crisis of efficiency. They are:

Madan Mohan Biswal, Deputy Director of Mines;
Ramesh Chandra Mahalik, Mining Officer;
Prasant Kumar Nayak, Forest Range Officer;
Narayan Pradhan, Assistant Engineer;
Laxman Kumar Pradhan, Assistant Conservator of Forests;
Bharat Kumar Ghadei, Forest Range Officer;
Pradip Kumar Bhoi, Labour Officer;
Sarat Kumar Choudhury, Joint Labour Commissioner;
Namita Das, Divisional Labour Commissioner

A total 113 Government employees have been awarded compulsory retirement by Odisha Government.