PIL for CBI probe in Jharkhand Assembly appointment case

Ranchi, A public interest litigation has been filed in the Jharkhand High Court demanding a CBI inquiry into the appointments made in the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly in the year 2007-08.

In the High Court, the petitioner Shivshankar Sharma has filed a public interest litigation through his advocate. It has been said in the petition that in the year 2008, during the Madhu Koda regime, the then Speaker of the Assembly Alamgir Alam had appointed 150 people in the assembly, in which many irregularities were committed. Is. Appellant’s advocate Rajiv Kumar told that a committee was also formed to investigate the irregularities in the appointment made in the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly, there are 20 such points in the investigation, in which irregularities have been found, but till now no implementation has been done.

At the same time, in the year 2019, Governor Draupadi Murmu had ordered the CBI to investigate the alleged bribery CD, but no action has been taken in that too. Jharkhand DGP, Minister Alamgir Alam and CBI have been made parties in the PIL.

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