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Kerala: CBI nabs top labour officials for graft

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jan 6, 2017, 7:35 am IST
Updated Jan 6, 2017, 8:10 am IST
Deputy chief labour commissioner was the monitoring body to ensure minimum wage and other required amenities to the labourers.
It was alleged that the accused entered into a criminal conspiracy and demanded bribe from the human resource manager of the private firm which was carrying out construction projects at IIM, Calicut.
 It was alleged that the accused entered into a criminal conspiracy and demanded bribe from the human resource manager of the private firm which was carrying out construction projects at IIM, Calicut.

KOCHI: The CBI  has arrested Central deputy chief labour commissioner A.K. Pratap,  assistant labour commissioner D.S. Jhadav and labour enforcement officer C.P. Sunil Kumar, all working in Kochi, and human resource manager of KK Builders P.K. Aneesh in a bribery case. A case was  registered against the deputy chief labour commissioner  and the assistant labour commissioner, Kochi,  on the allegations that the accused were collecting illegal gratification regularly from labour contractors.

It was said that deputy chief labour commissioner was the monitoring body to ensure minimum wage and other required amenities to the labourers. It was alleged that the accused entered into a criminal conspiracy and demanded bribe from the human resource manager of the private firm which was carrying out construction projects at IIM, Calicut.

 

The CBI intercepted the accused persons while the human resource manager handed over Rs 25,000 each to the deputy chief labour commissioner and assistant labour commissioner and Rs 10,000 to the labour enforcement officer. In addition, Rs 50,000 was also recovered from the deputy chief labour commissioner. Searches were conducted on the residential and official premises of the accused. The arrested were produced before the designated court in Kochi and remanded in judicial custody on Thursday.

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