CMO abduction case: Inquiry report filed
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Lucknow Division Commissioner Sanjeev Mittal has submitted the report regarding alleged abduction of Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of Gonda to Principal Secretary, Appointment. The CMO was allegedly abducted by former Minister of State for Revenue and Rehabilitation and SP MLA Vinod Kumar Singh alias Pandit Singh. The inquiry was ordered by the state government last month after the incident. The minister had to resign and senior officers of the district were transferred within days of the incident.
"I have submitted my report to Principal Secretary, Appointment, on Friday. The term of reference for the inquiry was the conduct of officers of the district including the District Magistrate and the Superintendent of Police. I have given my findings in the report," Mittal said.
The state government had handed over the probe into the role of the officers in the incident to Mittal on October 13. The Divisional Commissioner was asked to hand over his report to the government within a week. However, Mittal later sought more time to complete his inquiry.
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