NHIDCL repatriates after officer after his arrest in corruption charge | India News – Times of India

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NEW DELHI: The NHIDCL, a company under the road transport, has repatriated an officer posted in Nagaland to his parent cadre after he was arrested on a corruption charge by the police last week.
According to an order issued by the National Highways and Infrastructure Development Co Ltd (NHIDCL) on June 2, the organization had found that some contents were circulating against its general manager posted at Mokokchung in Nagaland alleging his involvement in corrupt practices while discharging duty.
Subsequently, the NHIDCL regional officer filed a complaint with the Mokokchung police under relevant provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act. He was arrested by the local police.
The officer was on deputation from the Border Roads Organisation.
The video of the officer claiming that he takes not less than 1% commission was posted by one Yangshik Phom on a social media platform on May 30 seeking action against the officer. In the video, the officer is seen making a claim that even if one doesn’t pay him anything, he doesn’t stop their work.





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