Chandigarh: IAS officer Ashok Khemka was transferred three days after he ordered a probe into all land dealings of Robert Vadra and DLF. Dr Khemka, as the Inspector General of Registration in Haryana, in an order dated October 12, 2012, had asked the deputy commissioners-cum-registrars of the four districts of Gurgaon, Faridabad, Palwal and Mewat to inspect all documents registered from January 1, 2005 till date on behalf of Mr Vadra or his companies.
Speaking to NDTV, Dr Khemka, who has had 40 transfers in his 20-year-career, says,” If these problems are brought in sunshine, probably my decisions would appear to be normal correct. But what happens is, inside, you are guided and directed that behave differently. If you do take an action which you call strong but I would call as correct, and then action is taken against you, it’s very demoralising, dehumanising and you feel ashamed of yourself that look, there must be something wrong with you that these things are happening. You get words like ‘you don’t get along well with others, ‘there are shades of grey in life’ etc. These kinds of euphemism are created to deviate you from the correct path,” Mr Khemka told NDTV.
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