By the Way

The notorious Sinha

dec2014-img-38CBI Director Ranjit Sinha has gone back to the pavilion. His stint as Director of the premier investigating agency, CBI, dulled its sheen and any successor will take time to repair the damage. How the top secret documents were leaked out and reached Advocate Prashant Bhushan is no secret now. As more news emanates from CBI headquarters, it appears that there are many brave officers who silently defied the autocratic and dictatorial behaviour of the Director. It is learnt Sinha often misbehaved with his subordinates. He even did not follow basic courtesies with his colleagues: Whenever an officer up to the rank of IG or DIG used to visit him, he seldom allowed the officer to sit before him. He appears to have been insensitive, as he used to order his subordinates, “Just finish it and report to me,” and never cared about their suggestions. CBI officers who have worked under Sinha say, “We have never seen such a Director of CBI.”

Vol. 8 | Issue 9 | December 2014

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