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NUTA to file suit against CBI report

By Correspondent

KOHIMA, Oct 15 � Terming the report of the Visitorial CBI inquiry on Nagaland University as �biased and false�, the Central Executive Committee of the Nagaland University Teachers� Association (CEC NUTA) said it would sue the CBI and also file a PIL in the High Court.

Addressing a press conference at Kohima Press Club, CEC NUTA President Rosemary Dzuvichu pointed out that the CBI investigation team had committed irregularities such as availing hospitality and entertainment from the Vice Chancellor who was under investigation. The serious objections raised by the complainants, i.e., NUTA, were not taken into cognisance resulting in a very biased and false CBI report, she said.

Stating that the CBI team has failed to reflect the serious violation of financial codal procedures and based their report on the reasons cited by the VC under investigation, the NUTA said it strongly objects that in the face of so many irregularities, the CBI report states that they found the NUTA allegations meaningless.

Alleging that the University authorities have opened over 185 accounts and kept crores of amounts in fixed deposits. The NUTA has raised objection based on RTI documents obtained from the PIO of the University as well as the PIO Central Bank Kohima, which indicated more than 185 different accounts of fixed deposits in the bank. She stated that there is no record or evidence of the highest authority, the Executive Council, taking a decision to deposit such development funds in fixed deposits till date.

In view of such irregularities and developments, the NUTA said it has decided to approach the High Court and file a suit against the CBI report demanding a fresh investigation into the alleged anomalies and asking that all University officers, including the VC, be sent on leave immediately to enable a free, fair and unbiased investigation.

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NUTA to file suit against CBI report

KOHIMA, Oct 15 � Terming the report of the Visitorial CBI inquiry on Nagaland University as �biased and false�, the Central Executive Committee of the Nagaland University Teachers� Association (CEC NUTA) said it would sue the CBI and also file a PIL in the High Court.

Addressing a press conference at Kohima Press Club, CEC NUTA President Rosemary Dzuvichu pointed out that the CBI investigation team had committed irregularities such as availing hospitality and entertainment from the Vice Chancellor who was under investigation. The serious objections raised by the complainants, i.e., NUTA, were not taken into cognisance resulting in a very biased and false CBI report, she said.

Stating that the CBI team has failed to reflect the serious violation of financial codal procedures and based their report on the reasons cited by the VC under investigation, the NUTA said it strongly objects that in the face of so many irregularities, the CBI report states that they found the NUTA allegations meaningless.

Alleging that the University authorities have opened over 185 accounts and kept crores of amounts in fixed deposits. The NUTA has raised objection based on RTI documents obtained from the PIO of the University as well as the PIO Central Bank Kohima, which indicated more than 185 different accounts of fixed deposits in the bank. She stated that there is no record or evidence of the highest authority, the Executive Council, taking a decision to deposit such development funds in fixed deposits till date.

In view of such irregularities and developments, the NUTA said it has decided to approach the High Court and file a suit against the CBI report demanding a fresh investigation into the alleged anomalies and asking that all University officers, including the VC, be sent on leave immediately to enable a free, fair and unbiased investigation.