A board driven by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet on January 24 to choose another chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation. A council containing Modi, Supreme Court Justice AK Sikri and Congress pioneer Mallikarjun Kharge expelled previous CBI Director Alok Verma from his post on January 10, two days after the Supreme Court restored him.
M Nageswara Rao has been named between time chief. Non-administrative association Common Cause has recorded a request of in the Supreme Court against the arrangement. The Supreme Court will hear the supplication one week from now.
Kharge, the contradicting voice on the board of trustees which expelled Verma, on Tuesday asked Modi to make open the archives identified with the choice to sack him, so that “the general population can reach their own determinations”. The Central Vigilance Commission has leveled eight counts of charges as a detriment to Verma, including debasement and desolation of obligation.