Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Indian Army hit by Contagious Viral Corruption

The Indian Army is hit by twin cases of corruption maligning the uniform. In one of the cases shocking revelations by a firm alleging that National Defence Academy (NDA) is asking for cash for sponsoring an event. In the other case a Major General reportedly getting caught red handed while accepting a bribe from a local contractor. The Indian Army meanwhile has told TIMES NOW that permission has been granted to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to approach the NDA on these allegations. In another scam, Major General in charge of Army Supplies in Northern Command is under scanner. Major General has reportedly been caught red handed while accepting bribe from a contractor. The ASC is meant for all type of supplies, food and other items to troops of Northern Command, including the Siachen Glacier sector.
Indian Army hit by twin scams

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