Alok Kumar Of VHP Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Clarifies Amid Row Over Remark

Clarifying, Alok Kumar said the VHP wants a “broad political consensus” on the Ram temple issue

New Delhi: 

Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) Working President Alok Kumar on Sunday said his statement that his organisation would consider backing the Congress in the Lok Sabha polls if it includes the construction of Ram temple in its manifesto was over-stretched.

“This is nothing but an overstretching of my statement,” Alok Kumar told IANS soon after a row erupted over his reported remarks. “Neither are we considering to support the Congress nor will we do so in future.”

The VHP leader also said that there was less possibility of bringing a legislation for building a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya during the present dispensation.

Alok Kumar on Saturday reportedly said in Prayagraj that if the Congress includes the construction of Ram temple in its election manifesto, the VHP might think about backing the party.

Clarifying, Alok Kumar said the VHP wants a “broad political consensus” on the Ram temple issue.

“We want all political parties to support this issue. Whoever will support it, we will welcome. But it does not mean that the VHP will support any political party in the election,” he said.

He told reporters in Prayagraj that the Congress must remove restrictions on ‘swamyasewaks’ joining the party.

“One doesn’t become a Brahmin by just wearing janeau,” Alok Kumar said, while referring to Congress President Rahul Gandhi.

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Rakesh Asthana Moved Out Days After Alok Verma Removed From CBI: Sources

Rakesh Asthana had been sent on a leave after his spat with CBI chief Alok Verma (File)

New Delhi: 

Rakesh Asthana, number 2 to former CBI chief Alok Verma, has been moved out of the premier investigating agency just a week after his boss. The unprecedented public rivalry between the two men, involving tit-for-tat corruption allegations, has pushed the country’s premier investigating agency into a huge controversy over the last months.

Several other members of Mr Verma’s team have also been moved out. Sources said the churn is meant to clear the decks for the appointment of a new chief. A special panel led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet on January 24 to pick Mr Verma’s successor.  

Mr Asthana, who is facing a bribery case, and Alok Verma were sent on forced leave in October as the infighting within the agency escalated. The tension between the two officers had flared up after Mr Verma’s team filed a police case against Mr Asthana, accusing him of taking bribe from a businessman on the agency’s radar.
In letters to the government, Mr Asthana alleged that it was his boss who took bribes.
Retaliating against the police case, Mr Asthana took the CBI to court and requested that the case against him be cancelled. The Delhi High Court has rejected his appeal.

Mr Verma’s controversial removal from the top post last week has created a political storm.  The decision of the special panel led by PM Modi was based on a report by the anti-corruption watchdog Central Vigilance Commission on the allegations against the officer.

Mr Verma claimed he was transferred on basis of “false, unsubstantiated and frivolous allegations made by only one person, who was inimical to him”. The officer, who was retiring by the end of this month, quit a day later, refusing to take charge as the Chief of Fire Services.


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Make Minutes Of Meeting On Former CBI Chief Alok Verma Public

The three-member panel on Alok Verma was headed by PM Narendra Modi.

New Delhi: 

Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to bring in the public domain key documents related to sacked CBI chief Alok Verma, including the Central Vigilance Commission report and the details of the Selection Committee meeting on January 10 that led to the controversial ouster.

“The actions of the government… indicate that it is scared of having the CBI headed by an independent director,” said the Congress parliamentarian, saying the government should “come clean” by releasing these reports so the “public can draw its own conclusion”.

Mallikarjun Kharge represented the opposition in the three-member Selection Committee, in which the votes of PM Modi and Justice AK Sikri decided Alok Verma’s removal as Director of the CBI or Central Bureau of Investigation.

Mr Kharge had put up a dissenting note in which he cited the Vigilance report, which said there was no evidence of the main corruption allegations against Alok Verma. That is the report he wants to be made public, along with one by Justice AK Patnaik, who monitored the vigilance probe.

“Despite my best efforts to convince the members of the committee that we should be following the due process of law and the principles of natural justice, the members chose to take a decision based on the report that now stands disowned by Justice Patnaik,” Mr Kharge has said in his letter to PM Modi.

The Congress leader said the media had widely reported that Justice Patnaik had said “there was no evidence of corruption against Verma” and “what the CVC says cannot be the final work” and termed the action of the committee “very, very hasty”.

“Such huge embarrassment could have been avoided if the committee had decided to independently examine the report of the CVC, the report of Justice Patnaik, the submissions of Alok Verma in his defence and draw its own conclusions before reaching a decision,” said Mr Kharge.

He said it was unfortunate that the “manipulative actions of the government” were directly responsible for causing “deep embarrassment to the judiciary”, adding that a member of the judiciary had been forced to defend the decision.

The government, alleged the Congress leader, seemed to be worried about something and in a tearing hurry to dispose a man from his office. “An irrational decision was taken to transfer Alok Verma as Director General Fire Services even after his superannuation.”

Mr Kharge said both Mr Verma’s removal and the appointment of an interim CBI chief were illegal.

He said the government must call an immediate meeting of the Selection Committee to appoint a director without delay.

Read Mallikarjun Kharge’s letter to PM Modi:

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Justice AK Sikri Didn’t Want to Be Part Of Panel On Alok Verma: Sources

Justice AK Sikri was appointed to panel on Alok Verma by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi. (File)

New Delhi: 

After a political controversy that drove Justice AK Sikri to turn down a post-retirement job offer, sources have told NDTV that the Supreme Court judge did not want to be part of the three-member selection committee that decided to remove Alok Verma as CBI chief. Justice Sikri, sources say, had conveyed his reluctance to the two other members of the high-powered panel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge, the opposition’s representative.

He reportedly told them it was a “pure executive function”. Opposition leaders have questioned why he agreed to be on the panel despite the possibility of conflict of interest.

“In future, no judge would like to be part of this process of appointment. All judges will recuse themselves from this process,” said sources close to Justice Sikri, whose vote was the decider in the sacking of Alok Verma from the CBI just two days after he was partially reinstated by the Supreme Court.

Justice Sikri, 65, has now turned down the post of president/member of the London-based Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal, the arbiter of disputes among 53 countries in the Commonwealth. He was to take up the job after his retirement on March 6. Sources say Justice Sikri told the centre he had decided to withdraw his candidature to the London job as “he was pained”. He had already made it clear, say the sources, that this was not a post with remuneration.

“The government had approached him for the assignment last month. He gave his consent. The job required attending two to three hearings in a year and came without any remuneration,” sources close to the judge said.

Questions were raised on such an offer lined up for the judge who voted with PM Modi to remove Alok Verma. Mallikarjun Kharge was the dissenting member on the panel, who argued that the Central Vigilance Commission’s report made it clear the main corruption allegations against Mr Verma were unsubstantiated.

Justice Sikri was the nominee of Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, who had recused himself as he was part of the Supreme Court bench that passed an order on Mr Verma.

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi tweeted an article by news website The Print on Justice Sikri being offered the post-retirement job.

Mr Gandhi alleges that PM Modi was desperate to throw Mr Verma out and didn’t want him in CBI for “even 15 minutes” as he would have ordered an investigation into the Rafale jet deal.

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Justice AK Sikri, Whose Vote Removed CBI Chief Alok Verma, Turns Down Government Offer

Justice AK Sikri is the second senior-most judge in the top court. (PTI)

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Supreme Court judge AK Sikri, whose vote helped decide CBI chief Alok Verma’s removal from the top post, has turned down a post-retirement offer from the government.

Justice Sikri, who retires on March 6, was nominated for the post of president/member of the London-based Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal (CSAT), news website The Print reported.

The CSAT is the final arbiter of disputes among its 53 member-countries of the Commonwealth.

The top court judge, second in seniority after Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, was expected to join the CSAT soon after retirement.

Sources said Justice Sikri wrote to the centre saying he was “pained by the recent developments”, apparently referring to the criticism his vote invited following the ouster of the CBI chief.

“The government had approached him for the assignment last month. He gave his consent. The job required attending two to three hearings in a year and came without any remuneration,” sources close to the judge said.

“I am withdrawing my consent… please do not process,” his letter reportedly said.

Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi had nominated Justice Sikri, for the selection panel — which included Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Leader of the opposition Mallikarjun Kharge — that was tasked by the Supreme Court to take a decision on Alok Verma, who was reinstated as the CBI boss this week.

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Law and order ADJ Alok Raj reached Gaya for Girl murder Case

गयाः बिहार के गया जिले में किशोरी की हत्या का मामला सुलझ नहीं रहा है. यहां पुलिस और पटवा समाज के अपने अपने दावों के बीच हत्या की मिस्ट्री उलझ चुकी है. वहीं, पूरे मामले की जांच करने लॉ एंड ऑर्डर एडीजे आलोक राज रविवार को गया पहुंचे. साथ ही पटवा समाज के अध्यक्ष प्रेम नारायण ने एडीजे आलोक राज से मुलाकात की और अपने बिंदुओं को रखा.

लॉ एंड ऑर्डर एडीजे आलोक राज ने बताया कि मामले की पूरी जांच वैज्ञानिक अनुसंधान की जा रही है. इसके लिए एफएसएल टीम और सीआईडी टीम को बुलाया जा रहा है. उन्होंने कहा कि बहुत की दुःखद घटना है, लेकिन ये आश्वस्त करना चाहता हूं कि घटना की सभी बिंदुओं पर जांच की जाएगी. 

उन्होंने कहा कि अनुसंधान में सभी बिंदुओं को देखा जाएगा और वैज्ञानिक तरीके से पूरे मामले की जांच की जाएगी, जो जिला पुलिस को सहयोग करेगी. गया पुलिस की शुरुआती जांच में यह खुलासा किया गया था कि मामला ऑनर किलिंग का है. जिसपर आलोक राज ने कहा कि अभी अनुसंधान के दशा और दिशा पर कोई कमेंट नही करूंगा.

अभी अनुसंधान प्रारंभिक स्तर में है पूरा अनुसंधान होने के बाद ही यह साफ हो पाएगा की हत्या किसने की और किस परिस्थिति में की गई. कांड का अनुसंधान पूरी तरह वैज्ञानिक तरीके से की जाएगी. पूरा निष्पक्ष अनुसंधान होगा. मृतक के पिता को जेल भेजे जाने पर कहा कि जो अब तक साक्ष्य मिले हैं और न्यायालय में भी बयान दर्ज हुई है. उसके आधार पर कारवाई हुई चुकी अनुसंधान अभी ओपन है जो भी सामने आएगा कारवाई की जाएगी. 

उन्होंने कहा कि ऑनर किलिंग है या नहीं इस अभी अनुसंधान खत्म नहीं हुई है. मैं अभी इस पर कोई टिप्पणी नही करूंगा.

ज्ञात हो पटवाटोली से 28 दिसम्बर को नाबिग लड़की कुछ सामान खरीदने घर से बाहर निकली थी उसके बाद 6 जनवरी को उसकी सर कटी लाश बरामद किया गया था. वहीं, पुलिस ने इस मामले में पिता और उनके दोस्तों को हिरासत में लेकर पूछताछ कर रही थी. लेकिन इस दौरान नया मोड़ तब आया जब मृतका की बहन ने पुलिस पर आरोप लगाया की पुलिस दवाब में डालकर उनसे बयान ले रही है.

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Former Supreme Court Judge Markandey Katju reveals why Justice AK Sikri backed CBI director Alok Verma’s removal

नई दिल्ली:

पीएम मोदी की अध्यक्षता में तीन सदस्यों की सेलेक्सन कमेटी द्वारा 2-1 के फैसले से आलोक वर्मा को सीबीआई डारेक्टर के पद से हटाए जाने के बाद मामला और भी गहराता जा रहा है. सुप्रीम कोर्ट के पूर्व जज जस्टिस मार्कंडेय काटजू ने उन कारणों को बताया है, जिसकी वजह से जस्टिस सीकरी को मल्लिकार्जुन खड़गे के विरोध के बाद पीएम मोदी के निर्णय का समर्थन करना पड़ा. बता दें कि आलोक वर्मा को हटाने वाली सलेक्शन कमेटी में प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी और वरिष्ठ कांग्रेसी नेता मल्लिकार्जुन खड़गे और सीजेआई के प्रतिनिधि के तौरपर जस्टिस एके सीकरी शामिल थे. बता दें कि आलोक वर्मा ने अपनी नौकरी से इस्तीफा दे दिया और इस मसले पर अब सियासत गर्म है.

सीबीआई चीफ के पद से हटाए जाने के एक दिन बाद ही आलोक वर्मा ने दिया इस्तीफा

इस मामले पर जस्टिस काटजू ने 10 जनवरी को एक फेसबुक पोस्ट लिखा- ‘आलोक वर्मा को प्रधान मंत्री, मल्लिकार्जुन खड़गे (विपक्ष का प्रतिनिधित्व करते हुए) और न्यायमूर्ति ए.के. सिकरी (CJI के प्रतिनिधि) की एक समिति द्वारा सीबीआई निदेशक के पद से हटा दिया गया है. पीएम और जस्टिस सीकरी ने उन्हें हटाने का फैसला किया, जबकि खड़गे ने इसका विरोध किया. इस सिलसिले में मुझे रिश्तेदारों और दोस्तों से जस्टिस सीकरी के बारे में पूछताछ के लिए कई टेलीफोन कॉल आए, क्योंकि जाहिर तौर पर यह उनकी राय थी जो निर्णायक थी, और यही मैंने उन्हें बताया.’

सीबीआई में घूसकांड : आलोक वर्मा का इस्तीफा, राकेश अस्थाना को कोर्ट से झटका, बीते 2 दिनों में हुई 10 बड़ी बातें

‘मैं जस्टिस सीकरी को अच्छी तरह से जानता हूं क्योंकि मैं दिल्ली उच्च न्यायालय में उनका मुख्य न्यायाधीश था और मैं उनकी ईमानदारी की गारंटी ले सकता हूं. उन्होंने तब तक निर्णय नहीं लिया होगा, जब तक उन्हें आलोक वर्मा के खिलाफ रिकॉर्ड में कुछ मजबूत तथ्य नहीं मिले होंगे. वह तथ्य क्या हैं मुझे नहीं पता. लेकिन मैं जस्टिस सीकरी को जानता हूं, और व्यक्तिगत तौर पर कह सकता हूं कि वह किसी से भी प्रभावित नहीं हो सकते. जो भी उनके बारे में कहा जा रहा है वह गलत और अनुचित है.’

CBI विवाद: दो दिन में आलोक वर्मा ने लिए थे जितने फैसले, नागेश्वर राव ने अंतरिम निदेशक बनते ही उन्हें किया रद्द

आलोक वर्मा पर सेलेक्शन कमेटी के दो-एक के फैसले के बाद जस्टिस काटजू ने जस्टिस सीकरी के हवाले से एक और फेसबुक पोस्ट किया और आलोक वर्मा को हटाए जाने के कारणों का खुलासा किया है. सुप्रीम कोर्ट के पूर्व जस्टिस मार्कंडेय काटजू ने पोस्ट में लिखा है कि जब सेलेक्शन कमेटी ने आलोक वर्मा को हटाया, तो मैंने एक फेसबुक पोस्ट किया था. बहुत से लोगों ने मुझे फोन कर इस बात पर सवाल उठाया कि आलोक वर्मा को अपनी सफाई रखने का मौका आखिर क्यों नहीं दिया गया. इस कारण मैंने जस्टिस सीकरी से फोन पर बातचीत की. इस बातचीत में आलोक वर्मा मामले में हुए फैसले के पीछे के कारण सामने आए, जिन्हें जस्टिस सीकरी की अनुमति से मैं फेसबुक पर पोस्ट कर रहा हूं. 

लालू यादव से जुड़े IRCTC घोटाले में आलोक वर्मा ने किसे की थी बचाने की कोशिश, पढ़ें CVC रिपोर्ट की पूरी डिटेल

सुप्रीम कोर्ट के पूर्व जस्टिस मार्कंडेय काटजू का मानना है कि जस्टिस सीकरी के पास PM मोदी के फैसले से सहमत होने के कई कारण थे.

जस्टिस सीकरी ने जो कहा वे हैं:

  1. सीवीसी ने पाया कि आलोक वर्मा के खिलाफ आरोप गंभीर हैं और प्रारंभिक जांच में भी सीवीसी को कुछ सबूत और निष्कर्ष मिले थे. 
  2. सीवीसी ने प्रथम दृष्टया सामने आ रहे निष्कर्ष को अपनी रिपोर्ट में दर्ज करते हुए आलोक वर्मा को सुनवाई का मौका दिया था.
  3. प्रथम दृष्टया इन सबूतों और निष्कर्षों के आधार पर ही जस्टिस सीकरी का मानना था कि जब तक जांच पूरी नहीं हो जाती और जब तक यह फैसला नहीं हो जाता कि आलोक वर्मा दोषी हैं या निर्दोष तब तक उन्हें सीबीआई चीफ के पद पर नहीं रहना चाहिए. मगर इस दौरान उनकी रैंक के बराबर उन्हें किसी अन्य पद पर स्थानांतरित कर दिया जाए. 
  4. आलोक वर्मा को बर्खास्त नहीं किया गया है, जैसा कि कुछ लोगों का मानना है. उन्हें निलंबित भी नहीं किया गया है. आलोक वर्मा को उनकी रैंक और उसी सैलरी के बराबर वाले पद पर ट्रांसफर किया गया है. 
  5. अब जहां आलोक वर्मा का पक्ष नहीं सुनने की बात है तो इसका भी तय सिद्धांत है कि बिना किसी सुनवाई के पद से नहीं हटाया जाता, मगर किसी अधिकारी को निलंबित किया जा सकता है. निलंबित रहने के दौरान भी जांच जारी रहती है, जो कि सामान्य प्रक्रिया है. 
  6. वर्मा के मामले में न तो उन्हें निलंबित किया गया और न ही हटाया गया, बल्कि उन्हें सिर्फ सीबीआई डायरेक्टर के बराबर वाले दूसरे पद पर स्थानांतरित किया गया है. 

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Justice AK Patnaik, Ex-Supreme Court Judge, Says No Evidence Of Corruption Against Alok Verma

New Delhi: 

Justice AK Patnaik, a former Supreme Court judge, who was tasked to supervise the alleged corruption investigations by the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), against Alok Verma, has told NDTV that there is “no evidence” of corruption against the former CBI chief.

“The removal of Alok Verma by the PM-led panel was a very very hasty decision,” said Justice Patnaik, adding that the “findings of the CVC are not mine.” The probe against Mr Verma was entirely based on the complaint of CBI special director, Rakesh Asthana.

Mr Verma was removed as the CBI chief and transferred as Director General, Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guards. He refused to take up the new job and sent his resignation to the government on Friday. In his resignation letter, Mr Verma said, “Natural justice was scuttled and the entire process was turned upside down in ensuring that the undersigned is removed from the post of the Director.” He called the situation a moment of “collective introspection”.


“Very, very hasty decision,” says Justice Patnaik on ex-CBI chief Alok Verma’s removal

“As a career bureaucrat, it is the idea of my integrity that has been the driving force for four decades in public service,” Mr Verma had said in his resignation letter.

Congress’ Mallikarjun Kharge, who was part of the three-member committee led by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, had sent a dissent note on the decision to remove Mr Verma from the top post in the CBI. PM Modi and Justice AK Sikri, who was representing Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, had favoured Mr Verma’s removal.

Mr Verma, who was forced to go on leave after alleged corruption charges by his number 2 Rakesh Asthana, was reinstated by the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

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Alok Verma was trying to investigate Rafale deal, hence removed: Arvind Kejriwal

खास बातें

  1. केजरीवाल ने कहा- मेरे खिलाफ जांच कराई, कोई गड़बड़ी नहीं मिली
  2. राफेल सौदे में 36 जहाज खरीदे और 36 हजार करोड़ रुपये बना लिए
  3. अगर पीएम मोदी ने गड़बड़ नहीं की थी तो जांच करने देते

नई दिल्ली:

सीबीआई के पूर्व चीफ आलोक वर्मा के इस्तीफे को लेकर दिल्ली के सीएम अरविंद केजरीवाल ने केंद्र की मोदी सरकार को घेरा है. उन्होंने कहा है कि राफेल सौदे की जांच करना चाह रहे आलोक वर्मा को हटाने के लिए प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने पूरा जोर लगा रखा था.

केजरीवाल ने कहा कि ‘मेरे ऊपर इन लोगों (केंद्र सरकार) ने इतनी रेड कराईं, मेरे ऊपर सीबीआई की रेड कराई, मेरे ऊपर पुलिस की रेड कराई, मेरी 400 फाइलें मंगवाकर चेकिंग कर ली. लेकिन मुझे कोई डर नहीं था. सारी चेकिंग में एक पैसे की गड़बड़ी नहीं मिली.’

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केजरीवाल ने कहा है कि ‘अब राफेल सौदे में घोटाला निकला.  600 करोड़ रुपये का जहाज इन्होंने (केंद्र सरकार) 1600 करोड़ में खरीद लिया. एक-एक जहाज पर एक हजार करोड़ रुपये बना लिए. कुल 36 जहाज खरीदे तो 36 हजार करोड़ रुपये बना लिए. उसकी जांच आलोक वर्मा करना चाह रहे थे तो बीते दो महीने से प्रधानमंत्री जी ने पूरा जोर लगा रखा था उनको हटाने के लिए.’

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आम आदमी पार्टी के संयोजक केजरीवाल ने कहा है कि ‘यह सही नहीं है. अगर वे जांच कर रहे थे तो करने देते जांच. अगर प्रधानमंत्री जी ने गड़बड़ नहीं कर रखी थी तो दूध का दूध पानी का पानी हो जाता. ऐसे जबरदस्ती करना ठीक नहीं है संस्थाओं के लिए.’

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What Sacked CBI Chief Alok Verma Said In His Resignation Letter

New Delhi: 

Alok Verma, a day after he was removed as the CBI chief and transferred as Director General, Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guards, has refuse to take up the new job and sent his resignation to the government.

“Natural justice was scuttled and the entire process was turned upside down in ensuring that the undersigned is removed from the post of the Director,” Alok Verma said in his resignation letter to Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training.

Mr Verma called the situation a moment of “collective introspection”.

Following is Alok Verma’s resignation letter:

Subject – Reg. Office order dated January 10, 2019 

Vide order dated 10th of January 2019, the undersigned has been posted as the Director General, Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guards and transferred out of the Central Bureau of Investigation. 

1. The Selection Committee has not provided the undersigned an opportunity to explain the details as recorded by the CVC before arriving at the decision. Natural justice was scuttled and the entire process was turned upside down in ensuring that the undersigned is removed from the post of the Director CBI. The Selection Committee did not consider the fact that the entire CVC report is premised on charges alluded by a complainant who is presently under investigation by the CBI. It may be noted that the CVC only forwarded a purportedly signed statement of the complainant, and the complainant never came before Hon’ble Justice (Retd.) A.K. Patnaik (supervising the enquiry). Also, Justice Patnaik has concluded that the findings/ conclusions of the report are not his. 

2. Institutions are one of the strongest and most visible symbols of our democracy and it is no exaggeration that the CBI is one of the most important organisations in India today. The decision made yesterday will not just be a reflection on my functioning but will become a testimony on how the CBI as an institution will be treated by any government through the CVC, who is appointed by majority members of the ruling government. This is a moment for collective introspection, to state the least. 

3. As a career bureaucrat, it is the idea of my integrity that has been the driving force for four decades in public service. I have served the Indian Police Service with an unblemished record and have headed police forces in Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Puducherry, Mizoram, Delhi and also headed two organisations Delhi Prisons and the CBI. I have been lucky to have received the invaluable support from the forces that I have headed, which resulted in outstanding achievements having a direct bearing on the performance of the force and their welfare. I would like to thank the Indian Police Service and especially the organisations that I have served.

4. Also, it may be noted that the undersigned would have already superannuated as on July 31, 2017 and was only serving the Government as Director. CBI till January 31 2019, as the same was a fixed tenure role. The undersigned is no longer Director, CBI and has already crossed his superannuation age for DG Fire Services, Civil Defence & Home Guards. Accordingly, the undersigned may be deemed as superannuated with effect from today.

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