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Dec 20 2016 (10:00)  No action yet against CR official who `illegally exchanged defunct notes' (epaperbeta.timesofindia.com)
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A CR official against whom an FIR has been registered by the CBI for illegal exchange of old notes has neither been suspended nor transferred.
On December16, the CBI had registered a case against assistant commercial manger KL Bhoyar under the prevention of corruption act. CBI officials said they had communicated to railway officials about the case and had sent them a copy of the FIR. They said that generally the department concerned--in this case, the railways--takes a decision to suspend or transfer the officials facing a probe to ensure that she does not influence evidence. “We have informed the railways and they should take required action against Bhoyar,“ said a CBI officer.
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railway official said Bhoyar has neither been suspended nor transferred. “His presence in the Mumbai division is undesirable as there are chances that he may try to destroy evidence or manipulate or threaten witnesses to dilute the case.“
The CBI said Bhoyar had forced his staff to exchange Rs 8.22 lakh in a manner not notified by the government. A railway official said the CBI should have clarified on action to be taken against Bhoyar.--Manthan K Mehta & Vijay V Singh

  
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Who will take action?
Angains whom to take action??
Probably many are standing on weak foundations!!
Demonetisation (77% of total currency) in Venezuela has failed and had to be reverted back within days due to Public getting involved in large scale rampaze/ loot/ voilence.
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India (86% of total currency) demonetised and Indian public has taken all the pains, by and large supported and cooperated with govt. This proves the great sense of sincerity, responsibility of Indian Public.
With plethora of news coming up with large scale involvement of govt/bank officials in illegal exchange of defunct currency, it looks like PM did not get enough support of his own team (Govt. officials) and colleagues (Parliamentarians) in this process of national rebuilding.
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