We are committed to cleaning the system through an unbiased and uncompromising investigation: CM Bommai
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said the government was committed to cleaning up the entire system through an impartial and uncompromising investigation. Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a reception, he said: “The CID was given carte blanche to investigate the PSI recruitment scam. They took action based on the evidence. Our government will act against the culprits even if it happens are senior officials.”
“Previous governments failed to investigate even when voices were raised against such scams under their rule,” Bommai added. Notably, the PSI scam case is linked to irregularities in the appointment of police sub-inspectors in the state.
MP and former minister Priyank Kharge had alleged that there had been a huge scam in the PSI’s recruitment of more than 545 candidates and that the Home Secretary, along with the government and civil servants, were clearly involved in it. that. Kalaburagi Police Commissioner YS Ravikumar has suspended ten police personnel in connection with the PSI recruitment scam.
Earlier on April 29, the Karnataka government decided to rescind the results of the Police Sub-Inspector (PSI) recruitment exam following allegations of corruption. Karnataka Home Minister had said that the Criminal Investigation Team (CID) arrested the main defendant, BJP leader Divya Hagaragi and four others in connection with the recruitment exam scam of the sub-inspector (PSI). Divya, who was on the run in the case, was arrested. (ANI)
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