Top Court Dismisses Plea Challenging Appointment Of Central Vigilance Commissioner

A bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra said there were no grounds to quash the appointments of Mr Chaudhary and Mr Bhasin.

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Top Court Dismisses Plea Challenging Appointment Of Central Vigilance Commissioner

The court was hearing a plea challenging the appointment of incumbent CVC and VC


New Delhi: 

The Supreme Court today dismissed a plea challenging the appointment of Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) K V Chaudhary and Vigilance Commissioner (VC) T M Bhasin.

A bench headed  by Justice Arun Mishra said there were no grounds to quash the appointments of Mr Chaudhary and Mr Bhasin.

The court was hearing a plea challenging the appointment of incumbent CVC Mr Chaudhary and VC Mr Bhasin.

The plea alleged that they did not have a "clean record" and a non-transparent procedure was followed while appointing them.



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