MYSORE: In order to prevent destruction of evidence in the Administrative Training Institute scam, records pertaining to the case between 2008 and 2014 when Amita Prasad was Director General, have been shifted to a safe place, according to sources.
ATI Director General Rashmi V took this step on Tuesday anticipating a possible conspiracy to destroy records in the small record room, where it is said to be unsafe.
The records are now safely housed in another room in the ATI premises.
ATI personnel shifted the documents under tight security and police personnel were deployed at the document room round the clock. The records were related to the transactions at ATI, the Abdul Nazir Sab Institute of Rural Development (ANSIRD) and the State Institute for Urban Development SIUD in six years between 2008 and 2014.
However, ATI staff shifting the documents, said the documents were being moved since there was water seepage in record room following heavy rain. They said the documents will be stored in the yoga hall.
New facebook page on rashmi created
Mysore: The assault on Administrative Training Institute (ATI) Director General Rashmi V has motivated youths to support her through the social media. A group has been created on Facebook called IAS officer rashmi fans (https://www.facebook.com/groups/751939268207639/) to support Rashmi’s “fight against corruption”, after the assault on her. Around 62 members from different parts of the state have joined this group.