Army asks CBI to probe alleged malpractices in officers selection
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NEW DELHI: After detecting malpractices within the officers’ choice at its centre in Punjab throughout a army intelligence operation, the Indian Army has handed over the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for probing the case intimately.
The Service Selection Centres (SSCs) carries out the Services Selection Board (SSB) checks. The SSC beneath the scanner for malpractices is situated within the Kapurthala district of Punjab.
“Based on a proactive operation by Army intelligence agencies, a case of possible malpractice in selection procedures at a centre has come to light. Since the scope of investigation involves multiple agencies including civil entities, the Indian Army has decided to hand over the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation,” Army officers instructed ANI.
“Indian Army has zero-tolerance towards corrupt practices in the recruitment process for selection of suitable candidates for Indian Army,” they added.
Sources stated the probe began after complaints have been obtained towards a junior officer for being concerned in malpractices. Later on, it emerged that many different insiders and civilians might be concerned together with some excessive rating officers.
“That is why it was decided that the investigation should be handed over to the CBI which can prove all entities involved,” they stated.
The preliminary probe by the army intelligence comes at a time when the pressure has been probing instances of malpractices within the recruitment of jawans at completely different centres and two serving officers have been allegedly discovered concerned within the rip-off.
Army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane has additionally clearly instructed his commanders that there could be zero tolerance in direction of instances of economic wrongdoings and ethical turpitude.
“The dealing with officers involved in such cases has been very strict in recent times and some of them have been packed home without pension too,” sources stated.


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