Indian anti-corruption chief forced out
Thursday 3 March 2011 - by Will Henley
India's Supreme Court has forced the resignation of the country's anti-corruption tsar following allegations of corruption.
Allegations concern alleged misconduct when Thomas was a senior official in the state of Kerala in 1992.
He is accused of accepting a contract to import palm oil at above-market prices, at extra expense for the state.
The Central Vigilance Commission is currently investigating claims of corruption in the run-up to the Commonwealth Games last year.
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