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Chhattisgarh: Food officer suspended, mobile found, 20 lakh liters of water wasted

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In Pakhajur, a food official wasted millions of liters of dam water to retrieve his expensive mobile phone that had fallen into the water. One and a half thousand acres of land can be irrigated with a watershed for one phone. Although the valuable mobile phone of the officer was found but now it has been damaged. Food inspector Rajesh Vishwas has been suspended in connection with the release of lakhs of liters of water from the dam for expensive mobile phones in Kanker. District North Bastar Kanker Collector Priyanka Shukla has issued this order.

Pakhanjoor Food Inspector Rajesh Biswas has been suspended

The order issued by the Collector said that Food Inspector Rajesh Vishwas of Pakhanjur had pumped about 21 lakh liters of water from a diesel pump for four consecutive days between the waste weir of Pearlkot reservoir and Scale Road. SDM Pakhanjur was questioned about this. According to the investigation, Rajesh Vishwas has emptied 41104 cubic meters of water from the reservoir without permission.

Abuse of position

 

Food inspector Rajesh Vishwas did not take permission from any competent authority to search his mobile and misused his position and wasted lakhs of liters of water in scorching heat. This is rude behavior on their part which is not acceptable.

Maintenance will be provided to the trust as per rules

 

Food Inspector Rajesh Vishwas has been suspended with immediate effect for allegedly working against Chhattisgarh Civil Services rules. During the period of suspension, his headquarters will be at the District Office, Food Branch, Kanker and till his suspension, the Trust will be paid subsistence allowance as per rules.

The mobile fell into 15 feet of water on the overbridge

 

In fact, a food officer from Koylibeda block reached the Kherkatta Paralkot reservoir on Sunday for a holiday. Where the official’s expensive mobile phone fell in 15 feet of water on the overbridge of the Kherkatta Parlakot reservoir. The officer first stopped nearby villagers to search for the mobile. A good diver landed. But the phone was not picked up.

Around 21 lakh liters of water was wasted due to two 30 horse power diesel pumps running continuously for 24 hours from Monday to Thursday. This water was enough to irrigate one and a half thousand acres of land.