A day after being removed from CBI, Alok Verma resigns from service
Friday, 11 January 2019 () In his resignation letter, Alok Verma has said that it was a moment of "collective introspection". Verma had claimed that he was transferred on the basis of "false, unsubstantiated and frivolous allegations" made by only one person who was inimical to him. Verma was a 1979-batch IPS officer from AGMUT cadre.
Alok Verma, the first CBI director to be removed by a PM-led panel, refused to take up his next assignment and resigned from service on Friday. Verma, who was not allowed to represent before the three-member committee, said “natural justice was scuttled and the entire process was turned upside down...
Alok Verma was ousted from his charge as the Director of Central Bureau of Investigation following a high-level meeting at PMO, comprising of PM Modi, Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge and Chief..
The Central Vigilance Commission will soon write to the government recommending a departmental inquiry and a criminal investigation against Alok Verma by the CBI... IndiaTimes - IndiaAlso reported by •Firstpost