Three dismissed; one suspended in NMC

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Nashik: Municipal Commissioner Tukaram Mundhe dismissed a vehicle driver and one woman worker for failure to submit caste verification certificate for many years after getting a job in Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC).

It has been recommended to dismiss a vehicle driver in fire brigade department after he found guilty during the divisional enquiry in connection with diesel scam and a woman sanitary worker has been suspended for cheating a police officer.

Mundhe dismissed driver Ashok Dinkar Dalvi from the mechanical department and woman worker Yashoda Gangadhar Jadhav from municipal service for their failure to submit the caste validity certificate.

It was mandatory for both to submitcaste verification certificate the certificate by September 30, 2013, but as they did not file their case with caste verification committee to get the certificate and non-submission of the certificate, they have been dismissed from the service.

In addition, vehicle drive from the fire brigade department Ravindra Bhole has been dismissed after he found guilty during the divisional enquiry. House leader Dinkar Patil alleged of diesel scam in the fire department and tabled evidence regarding this in General Body Meeting.

During the enquiry, it was found that Bhole made fake entries on the register to show filling up of diesel in the vehicle. Thereafter, it had been recommended to dismiss him.
A police case has been filed against Sanitary worker Santra Prakash Both (resident of Mahalaxmi Chawl, Pune Road, Nashik) after she took housing loan on the flat owned by deputy superintendent of police in anti-corruption bureau Hemant Kalyanrao Somwanshi in Suvidha apartment, Gangapur Road and cheated him for Rs. 1.30 lakh. NMC administration has suspended her over this.

Action against 8 teachers in next week
The proposed enquiry against eight teachers in NMC has been completed recently after it delayed for many years. The administration has received the enquiry report regarding this from enquiry officer. A work is going on at the administrative level to reach a final decision. It has been nearly completed and Municipal Commissioner Mundhe may take a decision over this in next week. If the concerned teachers are found guilty, they may be dismissed from the service.

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