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Govt decides to suspends two JPSC officials over gross irregularities

Ranchi, Oct 6 (UNI) The Jharkhand Government today decided to dismiss couple of officials
of the Jharkhand Public Service Commission after they were found guilty of gross irregularities
in their work.
A decision in this regard was taken in the meeting of the state cabinet which was chaired by
Chief Minister Raghubar Das at the project building here.
Later addressing the press after the meet cabinet secretary SKG Rahate said the cabinet has decided to dismiss the than CO of Panki Anwar Hussain and the than CO of Bermo and current
joint secretary of the welfare department Suryamani Acharya.
Mr Rahate said that Hussain was accused of serious irregularities alongwith being not present
in the headquarters. A total of 20 allegations were leveled against him out of which 18 were found
to be correct while Acharya who is the current joint secretary in the welfare department has been found guilty of submitting fake caste certificate to get the job.
He said among the other key decisions the government has also approved drinking and
irrigation pipeline project for Garhwa district.
Mr Rahate said a team of the water resources department had visited Gujarat in 2015 and
had studied a similar project being executed in that state after which it was decided to replicate
the model here.
He said the DPR of this project has also been prepared.
Mr Rahate said the state government has approved a proposal to expand and develop airports
at Nagwan of Hazaribagh and Chiyanki of Palamu.
It was also decided that Justice Tapan Sen would be appointed as the chairman of the state
level consumer forum.
In another decision the cabinet decided that in such assembly areas where there are no
affiliated or constituent colleges in those degree colleges would be opened. Under this the
degree colleges would be set up in Ranchi, Hazaribagh, Bokaro and Dhanbad alongwith
Sahibganj, Dumka and Jamtara over which a sum of Rs 126 crore would be spent.
In another key decision it was decided that in such family courts where more than 500 cases
are pending in such places eight additional family courts would be set up. These additional
courts would come up in Bokaro Deoghar Dhanbad Giridih Hazaribagh Jamshedpur Ranchi
and Sahibganj. It was also decided that under the smart city project a command control and communication center would also be formed.
The cabinet also decided to constitute 735 posts for the it is which would be set up in 105
blocks of the state. Out of these 735 posts 105 posts are gazette while remaining are non