In A Blow to AP Govt, Chandrababu’s Former Bureaucrat ‘s Suspension Revoked

Jasti Krishna Kishore

The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), revoked the suspension of India Revenue Service (IRS) officer Jasti Krishna Kishore and allowed him to go to the Central Services. However, CAT clarified that the investigation in the cases filed by the State Government can continue.

Former CEO of AP Economic Development Board Jasti Krishna Kishore was suspended by the Jagan Government after coming to power on charges of misappropriation of funds and causing a huge loss to the State exchequer. They even stopped his salaries.

When the Income Tax Department wanted to take him back to services, the State Government refused to relieve him. But the CAT order coming in favor of him will come as an embarrassment for the Government. In his defense, Jasti says that the CEO of APEDB has no scope to do any corruption.

He further alleges that the Government is doing that because the officer was being hounded because he was the supervising officer in the Income Tax department when Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s Jagathi Publications was assessed some years ago.

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