NEW DELHI: Corruption cases have been registered against 17 officers of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) in the last three years, Lok Sabha was told today.
According to the data provided by Minister of State for Urban Development Babul Supriyo, the nature of corruption ranged from bribery to misuse of office like forgery for providing official documents to private persons and cheating public with bogus documents.
The officers against whom the corruption cases were filed included Director, Assistant Director, Junior Engineers, Executive Engineers and Section Officers among others.
These officials are "posted in non-sensitive posts" in Delhi, Supriyo added.
He said,"the policy/guidelines bieng issued by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoP&T) and Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) for dealing with such cases are being followed strictly."