Congress leader Sonia Gandhi pleaded against the lady IAS officer Durga Sakti Nagpal’s suspension, saying she should not be penalized for standing up against “vested interests” imposed by the UP Govt.
on the contrary a sharp reaction has been given to media by SP leader Naresh Aggarwal, said Gandhi should write two more letters to the Prime Minister about her son-in-law Robert Vadra’s land deals in Haryana and Rajasthan. “Gandhi should write two more letters, one about the Haryana IAS officer Ashok Khemka who was suspended by the Chief Minister and another to the Rajasthan CM for suspending two IAS officers.
In both the cases, the name of Robert Vadra, cropped up. These cases were related to land deals. So, she should write two more letters to PM so that justice is done in all these cases,” he said.
Khemka had hit the spotlight alleging irregularities in Vadra’s land deals in Haryana, a charge denied by the state government report news agencies. Mrs. Gandhi has truly said that affected IAS should be protected.
This IAS tried to act against sand mafias of UP which was not being tolerated by the young chief minister of UP and resultant suspension took place.
If acting against social evils by a civil officer could not be rewarded, imposing punishment vindictively shows the weakness of UP CM towards Mafias. Also,people’s thinking of a young politician can do good for the country has been nullified through the recent activities of UP CM in Durga Shakti’s case.