Bihar IAS officer facing corruption probe suspended

DN Bureau

A 2007-batch IAS officer was suspended on Tuesday in the wake of an ongoing investigation against him in a disproportionate assets case.

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Chhapra: A 2007-batch IAS officer was suspended on Tuesday in the wake of an ongoing investigation against him in a disproportionate assets case.

Deepak Anand, a former Chhapra District Magistrate (DM), is being probed by Bihar's special vigilance unit in the Rs. 2.60-crore disproportionate assets case. A raid was also conducted at four of his premises in Bihar and Jharkhand on January 4 in this regard.

In March 2017, Deepak as Chhapra DM had suspended the arms licenses of criminal-turned politicians who belonged to the Rashtriya Janta Dal (RJD) party.

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Following this, he was removed from his post for an alleged dereliction of his duty that led to the boat mishap killing 24 people during the Makar Sankranti. (ANI)

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