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Dec 21 2016 (09:16)  CR official who illegally swapped notes transferred (epaperbeta.timesofindia.com)
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A Central Railway (CR) official against whom an FIR has been registered by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for illegal exchange of defunct currency was transferred on Tuesday .
A senior official said, “Assistant commercial manger K L Bhoyar has been transferred from coaching to goods (refund) at the headquarters.“
On December 16, the CBI had registered a case against Bhoyar under the Prevention of Corruption Act for unauthorised exchange of currency worth Rs 8.22 lakh.
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had reported on Tuesday that Bhoyar's presence on the same post in Mumbai division despite registration of an FIR against him could influence the investigation in the case. A case is based on the fact that booking officials at CST and Kalyan station have given their statements in writing to their superiors.
CBI officials said that Bhoyar had pressured his subordinate staff to exchange Rs 8.22 lakh in a manner not notified by the government.



  
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Is the action over?
is it sufficient?
Is transfer which is routinely done every 2-3 years, really a punishment
What about the person who made black money white?
It looks like even act of
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a direct financial corruption is not a big issue.
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