UP National Health Mission under Rs 50 lakh funds Ballia district in the administrative district of the case to be sent to the personal bank account of a health department official has ordered an investigation. District Magistrate Aditi Singh said on Sunday that the amount was deposited in the personal bank account of District Accounts Manager Vinod Kumar citing that the amount of Rs 50 lakh was not transferred from Net Banking from the National Health Mission (NHM) bank account. The matter has come to light. The Chief Development Officer has been instructed to investigate the case.
Chief Development Officer Praveen Verma said that he has formed a three-member committee to investigate. The committee has been asked to report at an early date. Necessary action will be taken after receiving the report. Meanwhile, District Project Manager of NHM, Dr. R.K. B. Yadav said that due to problems in net banking, funds were transferred to the personal bank account of District Accounts Manager Vinod Kumar. He said that this amount has been deposited in the General Provident Fund of 294 employees on April 8. There has been no irregularity or scam in this.
According to sources in the health department, Additional Chief Medical Officer of the district, Dr. Sudhir Kumar Tiwari, on 30 March, had sent a letter to the manager of the Tikhampur branch of State Bank of India, in which he had told the future of the employees from the account of the District Program Management Unit, NHM It was requested to send the amount to the account of District Accounts Manager Vinod Kumar citing that the fund was not transferred from the net banking of Rs 50 lakhs.