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NHIDCL Repatriates Officer Following Arrest for Corruption | India News


NEW DELHI: NHIDCL, a trucking company, has repatriated an officer stationed in Nagaland to his parent cadre after police arrested him on a corruption charge last week.
According to an order issued by National Highways and Infrastructure Development Co Ltd (NHIDCL) on June 2, the organization had discovered that some content was circulating against its general manager assigned to Mokokchung in Nagaland, alleging his involvement in corrupt practices while fulfilling his obligations.
Subsequently, the NHIDCL regional officer lodged a complaint with the Mokokchung police under the relevant provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Law. He was detained by the local police.
The officer was on a delegation from the Border Roads Organization.
The video of the officer claiming that he takes no less than 1% commission was posted by a Yangshik Phom on a social media platform on May 30 seeking action against the officer. In the video, the officer is seen stating that even if one does not pay him anything, he does not stop his work.

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