Gupteshwar Pandey, who took voluntary retirement as Bihar police chief last night, said today that his choice had nothing to do with the Sushant Singh Rajput case, which has become a political argument in front of the state’s political decision only weeks away.
After the Supreme Court gave nod to the CBI investigation suggested by the Bihar government, Mr Pandey, as police chief, gloated that Rhea Chakraborty “doesn’t have the aukat (stature)” to remark on the Chief Minister. He was alluding to her comments in the top court about the Nitish Kumar government utilizing the Sushant Rajput examination for political capital.
“I am no longer DGP (Director General of Police) starting today. So no administration rules concern me any longer. Concerning what I will do… individuals are originating from Buxar, Jehanabad, Begusarai, numerous other districts…people are coming to me. I will address individuals with respect to how they need my administration and afterward take a choice,” Mr Pandey, 59, told columnists.
Mr Pandey was instrumental in the Bihar government’s push in the Sushant Singh Rajput case after his family recorded a case in Patna accusing Rhea Chakraborty.
Mr Pandey’s solicitation for deliberate retirement was endorsed on Tuesday by the Bihar government, which has deferred a three-month required chilling period. Reports recommend he is enthused about challenging the Bihar political race as an applicant of the decision National Democratic Alliance (NDA) from Sahpur in Buxar area.
He was mindful while talking about his announced plans however didn’t preclude political issues.
Written By Chanderveer Singh
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