A disgruntled IAS official on Saturday recorded a protest looking for an argument against Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and a few high-ranking representatives in the state.
Sudhir Kumar, a 1987 bunch IAS official, arrived at the Gardanibagh police headquarters around early afternoon and was purportedly made to sit tight for four hours before he was given a receipt of his composed objection.
“The matter relates to imitation. Those named in the grievance incorporate individuals through and through. I won’t take any names”, the administrator, who is an individual from the state income board, said.
Nonetheless, when more than once found out if the chief minister has been named for the situation, he answered with a straight out “yes”.
Another authority, whose name he conceded to have referenced in the protest was IPS official Manu Maharaj, a previous SSP of Patna who has since been elevated to the DIG rank and is at present posted somewhere else.
The IAS official, who is booked to resign ahead of schedule one year from now, had gone through three years in prison in the wake of being named in a task enrollment trick until the Supreme Court allowed him to bail in October last year.
He declined to disclose the subtleties of his grievance, saying “it relates to extortion and falsification of reports” and when asked the number of individuals were around named by him, answered tersely “I don’t keep a tally”.
He said: “Take a gander at the condition of law and order in Bihar where an IAS official is continued hanging tight for four hours. No FIR has been held up. I have been just given over a receipt of my objection. The same thing had happened when I had gone to Shastri Nagar police headquarters in March, with a similar arrangement of records.”
“My endeavors to assemble data about the advancement concerning the past objection, which incorporated a RTI, end up being of little consequence,” he added.
Gardanibagh SHO Arun Kumar said: “The grievance has been gotten and sir (the IAS official) has been given a receipt. All important legitimate activity will follow”.
He, nonetheless, declined to affirm that the chief minister’s name was there in the objection, declaring “it involves examination. We can’t uncover the substance”.
Head of the resistance Tejashwi Yadav requested an intensive investigation into the charges made by the IAS official for whom he likewise looked for sufficient security.
“The chief minister should confess all on this issue. He should not avoid getting the matter altogether explored except if he has something to stow away”, the RJD pioneer said.
“Nitish Kumar used to rebuke me for not coming out with a clarification. Presently it is his move”, Mr. Yadav said, in a reference to his name springing up in an illegal tax avoidance case four years prior, while he was the Deputy Chief Minister, which drove his supervisor to break attaches with the RJD and move over to the BJP-drove NDA.