Haryana’s IAS Khemka sought appointment in Vigilance: expressed his desire by writing a letter to the CM; Said – unilateral distribution of work is not in public interest

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Haryana’s famous IAS Ashok Khemka has demanded appointment in Haryana Vigilance Department. He has expressed his wish by writing a letter to Chief Minister Manohar Lal on 23 January. He has said that he will root out corruption during his tenure. Also wrote that one-sided distribution of work is not in the public interest.

Transfer has happened 56 times in 31 years
Haryana’s IAS Ashok Khemka is in the limelight for his transfers. Recently, on January 9, the Haryana government transferred him and appointed him as the head of the archives. Earlier he was posted as Additional Chief Secretary in the Department of Science and Technology. He has been transferred 56 times in 31 years of service.

Khemka said – corruption is ubiquitous
In a letter to the Chief Minister, Khemka has said that there is corruption everywhere. I feel sad whenever I see this. I have sacrificed my career in the zeal to root out cancer. As per the so-called government policy, without rooting out corruption, the dream of a citizen to realize his true potential can never be realised. He has always been at the forefront of the fight against corruption and vigilance is the main part of the government to root out corruption.

Have raised questions on transfer
Haryana’s famous IAS officer Ashok Khemka has raised questions on his recent transfer. Khemka, a 1991 batch IAS officer, has been given the Archives Department for the fourth time. Only 22 employees work in this department. While the annual budget of other departments is thousands of crores, the budget of the Archives Department is only Rs 4 crores.

protested by tweeting
After the transfer, IAS Ashok Khemka wrote in his tweet that ‘once again the Archives Department has been found. A government official is assigned to work for at least 40 hours in a week, but now a new trick has been thought of to deal with honest and dedicated people, bypassing the rules of the Civil Services Board, at least Assign less work. He has written that destroy self-respect and pile up insults. In whose interest is it?’

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Haryana’s famous IAS officer Ashok Khemka is in pain after being transferred for the 55th time in 30 years of service. He has raised questions on his transfer. Khemka, a 1991 batch IAS officer, has now got the Archives Department for the fourth time. Read full news…

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