A day after the Mysuru metropolis municipal company commissioner Shilpa Nag introduced her resignation, alleging harassment by the deputy commissioner of the district Rohini Sindhuri, the latter on Friday claimed she had solely sought from her particulars of the Rs 12 crore CSR fund utilised within the metropolis, moreover Covid an infection particulars.
“We needed to utilise the Company Social Duty funds for COVID administration below a authorities programme ‘Vaidyara Nade, Halli Kade‘ (Docs’ march in the direction of villages). So I requested the place the funds had gone. I needed to know whether or not the whole Rs 12 crore of CSR fund was spent on the town and the way it was utilised,” Ms Sindhuri stated on the sidelines of a operate.
The deputy commissioner stated the funds have been required for the VNHK programme, however the particulars haven’t been shared but. Ms Sindhuri added that she had sought Gram Panchayat and municipal ward smart particulars of COVID infections to make sure that Mysuru district is free from COVID by July 1.
“We have to be a part of arms and provides right information.It can’t be proper if someday you say there are 400 infections and 40 the subsequent day. These discrepancies shouldn’t be fed to the COVID warfare room,” Ms Sindhuri added.
She stated that she has already introduced all the main points to the discover of Chief Secretary P Ravi Kumar.
“We’ve got already issued a press notice and we’ve got introduced the whole factor to the discover of Chief Secretary P Ravi Kumar”, she stated.
Sources within the authorities stated Ravi Kumar reportedly requested Ms Nag how she carried out a press convention with out bringing the matter to his discover.
In the meantime, the federal government directed the Regional Commissioner of Mysuru to conduct a probe on studies in regards to the development of a swimming pool and a gymnasium on the Mysuru deputy commissioner’s official residence at a value of Rs 50 lakh.
The regional commissioner has been requested to furnish the report inside every week.
Because the struggle between two senior IAS officers got here out within the open, former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy stated this incident confirmed the “incapability” of the federal government.
“The open quarrels between the Deputy Commissioner of Mysuru district and the Municipal Commissioner of Mysuru metropolis have raised suspicions within the state whether or not the federal government is in existence or not,” Mr Kumaraswamy tweeted.
Commenting on the problem, the Congress state chief DK Shivakumar stated: “Yatha Raja, Tatha Adhikari (As is the king, so are the officers).”
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