State government officials say the chief engineer was sacked seven days before his retirement, alleging irregularities in the allocation of some tenders.
Lucknow: A week before Shekhar Singh’s retirement as chief engineer of Lucknow Development Authority today, he was sacked and attached to Awas Bandhi. Special Secretary to Housing and Urban Planning Department Arvind Kumar Chaurasia on Thursday issued the order.
Singh has been in the post since 2017 and his retirement will take place on June 30.
State government officials say Singh was sacked just seven days before his retirement due to irregularities in allocation of tenders.
According to government sources, senior superintending engineer Avadesh Tiwari is likely to become the new chief engineer of the development authority.
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