Woman gives bribe to gain access to National Academy of Administration


Dehradun: A woman stayed at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in a major security breach posing as a trainee IAS officer. The institute is a premier institute which trains IAS officers and is a high security zone. She managed to  stay at the institute for six months without detection.

The woman’s fake identity card claimed that her name was Ruby Choudhury and she held the position of a sub divisional magistrate.

The institute learnt about the woman and her prolonged stay at the academy after she has already left the National Academy of Administration. The incident came to light when Administrative officer of the institute Satyavir Singh lodged a complaint with the police.

She stayed for nearly six months before mysteriously on March 27.

Dehradun SSP Pushpak Jyoti said that a special team of police headed by Inspector Chandan Singh Bisht has been constituted to investigate the matter.

In an interview she has claimed that she is not at all responsible for her actions and deputy director of the academy Saurabh Jain is to be blamed for her stay since she had been promised the job of a librarian at the academy for a payment of 20 lakhs,of which five lakhs have already been paid.

Saurabh jain has refuted all the allegations against him and has put the entire blame on the woman saying that she is a fraudster.

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