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Lok Ayukta Directive on Property Statements

Kerala Lok Ayukta Justice Pius C Kuriakose has directed all the competent authorities concerned to conduct detailed scrutiny of the property statements filed by public servants.

Published: 31st May 2014 10:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st May 2014 10:02 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Lok Ayukta Justice Pius C Kuriakose has directed all the competent authorities concerned to conduct detailed scrutiny of the property statements filed by public servants.

 The Lok Ayukta issued directions for the Chief Minister, ministers and MLAs also to submit their property statements before the authority concerned.

Directions were also issued to carry out detailed inquiry into the property statement if they found any doubts regarding the veracity of the information furnished.

 Scrutiny of property statements submitted by elected members of the local self-government institutions, office-bearers of cooperative bodies, Syndicate members, board of directors and chairmen of Public Sector Undertakings and other autonomous and semi-government institutions, said the statement issued by the Lok Ayukta. 

 As per the Lok Ayukta Act, all public servants should furnish property statements before June 30 once in two years.



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