Monday, August 5, 2013

Centre free to withdraw all IAS officers from UP, SP leader Ram Gopal Yadav says - Times of India

LUCKNOW/ NEW DELHI: Confrontation between the Centre and UP government over Durga Shakti Nagpal escalated on Monday with the Samjawadi Party justifying the suspension of the IAS officer and daring the Centre to withdraw all IAS officers from the state.

Chief minister Akhilesh Yadav once again justified the action of his government.

"There might be many children (sitting here) who I can say would have received a beating from their teachers and parents when they had done something wrong. The government is also run like this, whenever any official does something wrong, he is punished", Akhilesh Yadav said while addressing a function in Lucknow.

Senior Samajwadi Party leader Ramgopal Yadav reacted strongly to Centre seeking a report from the state on the suspension of Durga Nagpal.

To a question on whether the Centre was setting a precedent by interfering in the matter, Yadav retorted that under the circumstances the "state would ask the Centre to withdraw all IAS officers, the government would run with the help of its (provincial services) officers".

The SP leader said the suspension was an administrative matter and his party did not want to politicize it.

The Centre has sought a report on the suspension of the IAS officer through letters.

The state government, meanwhile, has served a chargesheet to Nagpal giving her 15 days time to submit her reply.
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