Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): General Administration Department (GAD) has issued notice to Deputy Collector of Lovekush Nagar (Chhatarpur) Nisha Bangare, charging her with illegal occupation of government house in Bhopal. She has been accused of violating Madhya Pradesh Civil Service (conduct) Rules, 1965.
During her posting as Deputy Collector in Bhopal, a government house was allotted to her in Char Imli. She did not vacate the house at F 5/27 in Char Imli despite her transfer to Chhatarpur.
‘No house allotted’
Nisha Bangare told Free Press that as no government house was allotted to her in Chhattarpur, she did not vacate the bungalow in Bhopal.
She added that there was no problem in vacating the house. She also said that as part of conspiracy, orders were issued against her in back date.
Nisha Bangare resigned by alleging that government did not give permission to attend Sarvadharma Shanti Sammelan and World Peace Prize programme to be organised by her engineer husband Suresh Agrawal in Amla in Betul district on Sunday.
However, the government has not granted permission to Sarvadharma Shanti Sammelan as its participants also include foreigners. On tourist VISA, foreigners cannot attend the programmes and permission of Ministry of External Affairs is required.