IAS, IRS Officers Sentenced Jail On Contempt

Amaravathi/Hyderabad, Jan 18 (Maxim News): Andhra Pradesh High Court has sentenced two high officials to jail for contempt of court. As the court judgment was not implemented in the case related to the service, the court issued an order to this effect.

IAS Bidithi Rajasekhar and IRS Ramakrishna were sentenced to a month’s imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 2 thousand. Both officers were ordered to be detained immediately.

However, the bench modified the verdict after the two officers apologized to the court. Both of them were ordered to stand in the court hall till evening. IAs Rajasekhar previously worked as Secretary of the School Education Department, Inter Board, and Ramakrishna as Commissioner of Inter Board. (Maxim News)

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