Former IPS To Join Student ‘Satyagraha’ If Demand Of SIT Probe Into Inspector Recruitment Scam Not Met
Lucknow, June 5 (TNA) Former Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Amitabh Thakur and his social activist wife Nutan Thakur have threatened to go on a ‘satyagrah’ if their demand of a high-level and transparent SIT investigation into irregularities of the Inspector Recruitment Examination 2020-21 is not ordered within a fortnight.
In a complaint sent to Chief Minister Adityanath, Thakur has said that all such facts related to this examination have come to the fore which are making this entire written examination fundamentally corrupt and flawed and with the help of departmental cooperation, corruption, scam, disturbance and corruption in an organized form. points to irregularities.
In this regard, the candidates have been doing satyagraha in Eco Garden Lucknow for the last about 45 days, whose demand for SIT investigation is there. He said that the Uttar Pradesh government constantly talks about corruption-free governance and not accepting any irregularities in the recruitment process. Therefore, he has asked the Chief Minister to accept this demand and participate directly in the Satyagraha without any action in 15 days.