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Sex Scandal In Andaman And Nicobar: Jitendra Narain Arrested

Jitendra Narain a bureaucrat arrested in the sex for job scandal in Andaman and Nicobar island.

Narain was arrested on Thursday, 10th of November for charges of gang rape and sexual assault after a Sessions Court in Port Blair rejected his anticipatory bail plea.

The Indian Express reported that on October 15, the woman in Port Blair had accused Narain and Rishi of sexual assault and gang rape at the Chief Secretary’s official residence, alleging that they had lured her with the promise of a government job.
Over 20 women were allegedly taken to IAS officer Narain’s residence in Port Blair during his tenure between 2021 and 22, some of whom are said to have gotten jobs after being sexually assaulted.

This is not the first time that a reputed person who works for the government has done something so disgusting and because of that once again the whole name of the system has been thrown up and no one has a deadline for when would stop this kind of disgraceful thing.

Education background of Jitendra Narain

Former Andaman and Nicobar Islands Chief Secretary Jitendra Narain arrested in alleged sexual assault case

He is an alumnus of one of the top colleges in India st. Stephen’s College. He is a civil services officer of the AGMUT (Arunachal, Goa, Mizoram, and Union territories) cadre, from the 1990 batch. He was born in 1966 in Bihar.

The IAS officer has served as the additional commissioner of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) and the director of the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCTD) during the Sheila Dikshit government in Delhi, at the director level in the Union Ministry of Consumer Affairs, and as the principal residency commissioner of Arunachal Pradesh, among other posts.

As per PSU Watch, he is credited with executing the division of Delhi into 9 districts and the ‘Delhi Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ program.

He was posted as the chairperson and managing director of the Delhi Financial Corporation when the MHA ordered his suspension.

Narain’s statement

He has denied all allegations And he has given in writing to the ministry that all these are a conspiracy against him and also he said that he had “specific materials which demonstrate the fake nature of the case”

Narain has been suspended from the Ministry of home affairs. The investigation is still on and Narain is scheduled to appear before the SIT on Friday, 28 October, which has been set by the Calcutta High Court as the deadline for his appearance.

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