Address grievances of IPS officer: HC to UP govt
Lucknow: The Allahabad High Court on Wednesday
directed Uttar Pradesh government to address the grievances of
IPS officer Amitabh Thakur, who has made allegations of
harassment against his seniors, and asked it to wind up the
case within four months.
The Lucknow bench comprising justices Devi Prasad Singh
and S C Chaurasia said the officer would have to place his
representation before the chief secretary within a month.
In his writ petition, Thakur had accused senior
officials, including principal secretary (Home) Kunwar Fateh
Bahadur and Vijay Singh - secretary to the Chief Minister, of
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