Tibet official sacked for graft
Updated: 2015-10-17 21:30
LHASA - An official in southwest China's Tibet autonomous region has been removed from his post for "serious discipline violations," according to the regional discipline watchdog.
Ngoga, deputy head of the Administration of Work Safety of the region, and former deputy commissioner of Nagqu Prefectural Administrative Office, accepted bribes and committed adultery, the regional discipline inspection commission said on Friday.
Ngoga's case has been passed to the judiciary.
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