Satish Verma says his tenure at a power corporation was reduced for uncovering a transportation trick. Gujarat framework IPS officer Satish Verma, who helped the CBI in the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case, has said in an appeal to before the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) that his administration ns as the Central Vigilance Officer (CVO) of a power corporation were shortened as he had hailed a transportation trick worth Rs. 450 crore including a relative of Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju furthermore to investigate a false land deal in Gujarat.
Mr. Verma’s tenure as the CVO of the North Eastern Electrical Power Corporation (NEEPCO) was shortened by a year in July, and he was all the while served see for claimed “unfortunate behavior” and “unapproved nonattendance” from obligation by the Home Ministry. In the oath, Mr. Verma said that all his outstation visits were represented and were done to explore the fraudulent activities
Mr. Rijiju speaks to Arunachal (West) supporters in the Lok Sabha and the charged trick relates to the Kameng hydroelectric venture being produced by the NEEPCO.
Mr. Verma said that Goboi Rijiju, one of the influenced transporters and a ‘far off cousin’ of Mr. Rijiju, went to his office in Shillong on December 29, 2015, and offered to help him with his advancement if the officer cleared his installments that were stuck for a considerable length of time. To bolster this, Mr. Verma presented an audiotape to the tribunal.