The high-profile IAS officer and Managing Director of Biscomaun C K Anil was transferred last Friday thereby ending the internecine fight between him and the Chairman Sunil Singh, that dogged the cooperative behemoth for nearly a year.
Mr Anil had badly locked horns with Sunil Kumar Singh and the board of directors of Biscomaun which entered a new low, wherein a non-bailable warrant was issued by the CJM court of Radheshayam against Mr Anil.
Nitish govt finally asked him to leave Biscomaun and appointed Shatrughan Chaudhary, a deputy Collector rank officer to the post last Friday.
The non-bailable warrant was issued in the matter of the forcible removable of some articles from the chamber of the Chairman allegedly at the behest of C K Anil.
The Chairman Sunil Kumar Singh was abroad participating into a cooperative function. It is alleged that Anil got the computer and several important documents “removed” in complete violation of the law.
Talking to Indian Cooperative Sunil Singh, the Chairman of Biscomaun said when he returned from Japan and went to the office of MD demanding his belongings, Mr Anil turned abusive asking him to leave the campus or else he would get Sunil Singh in harm’s way.
“We went to the Gandhi Maidan police station where the officer-in-charge refused to lodge our case when he heard the name of C K Anil. It was Ram Kalevar Singh, one of our Directors who finally went to the court seeking justice,” told Mr Singh
Despite several summons Anil, intoxicated as he was with his “IAS” power, refused to appear in the court which ultimately has led to the issuance of a non-bailable warrant against him, Singh added.
C K Anil is said to have kept the elected board at arm’s length and never participated in the board meeting in his tenure which lasted for one and a half year.
Mr Sunil Singh has also accused Anil of using up Rs 28 crores in trivial activities in this short period. He would use Biscomaun phones to talk to his dear ones based in USA, Singh said.
Talking to Indian Cooperative C K Anil said “money has been spent under the guidance of honourable high court judge Ajay Tripathy. Court had made me responsible for the pension and other needs of the employees and I acted thereof”.
On non-bailable warrant he said that his lawyer would seek anticipatory bail as he himself is out of Patna. “For me Biscomaun is past and I have no grudge against Sunil Singh or anybody”, he told Indian Cooperative.
But Sunil Singh told Indian Cooperative that he is not ready to forget his humiliations so soon and vowed to carry the matter till its logical conclusion.