CBI books Principal of National Defence Academy & 4 other teachers in case of corruption


The Hush Post: The CBI has registered a case of corruption against the principal of the prestigious National Defence Academy and four other members of the faculty as well as others not identified yet.

The agency has registered a case against the principal Om Prakash Shukla along with an assistant professor in the Mathematics department, professor of political science, and an assistant professor in the chemistry department and for alleged criminal conspiracy, cheating and under the provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act.

They have been booked allegedly for carrying out irregularities in the selection and appointment process of teaching staff in the prestigious institute for training budding military officers of the Indian Army. Searches are being carried out at the official and residential premises of the accused persons today, officials said.

Om Prakash Shukla was appointed principal to the elite armed forces training centre in Khadakwasla, Pune, in 2011.

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