CBI And Indian Army Nab Two Persons In Pune For Malpractices In Recruitment

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Mubarak Ansari
Pune, 17th November 2021: In a joint operation with the Indian Army, sleuths from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) have arrested two persons for alleged malpractices in the recruitment of multi-tasking staff (MTS).

The accused persons are lower rank Indian Army non-commissioned officers (NCO). They will be produced in court by CBI.

In a press release Army stated, “Indian Army continues with its policy of zero tolerance for corruption. On a recent tip off about likely malpractice in recruitment of Multi Tasking Assistance, the Indian Army in Southern Command and CBI in joint investigation are enquiring into the possible malpractices by lower level staff. The Army has strict rules to deal with such malpractices and is enabling expeditious investigation to ensure punitive action against the culprits.”