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Updated: August 17, 2013 02:12 IST

I am innocent, says Durga Nagpal

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Ms. Nagpal, who led the crackdown on sand mining mafia in the district, was suspended ostensibly for ordering demolition of a wall of a under-construction mosque in Kadalpur village allegedly without following the due process.

Suspended IAS officer Durga Shakti Nagpal on Friday submitted her reply to the charge sheet served on her by the Uttar Pradesh government over the demolition of the wall of an under-construction mosque in Gautam Buddh Nagar.

According to informed sources, the 28-year-old officer, who was the SDM of GB Nagar, near Delhi, in her reply stated that she was innocent.

The Akhilesh Yadav government on August 4 served a charge sheet on Ms. Nagpal, whose suspension on July 27 sparked a huge controversy.

She was given 15-day time to file her reply to the charge sheet and the deadline expires on Monday.

Ms. Nagpal, who led the crackdown on sand mining mafia in the district, was suspended ostensibly for ordering demolition of a wall of a under-construction mosque in Kadalpur village allegedly without following the due process.

The charge sheet, running into 10 pages, was prepared based on a report of the Commissioner (Meerut Division) and claimed that the IAS officer had not adhered to rules while demolishing the mosque wall.

whole world knows that Ms.Durga Nagpal is innocent ( she does not need to say that she is innocent) but the big problem is that Gunda Raj in UP is in power because of innocent illiterate voters who could not understand the political mafia and criminals and these innocent voters got them into power.

from:  Shashi Kant Mittal
Posted on: Aug 17, 2013 at 02:37 IST

The only way the UP government can restore its respectability is to make open all correspondences in public domain!

from:  atis
Posted on: Aug 17, 2013 at 02:04 IST

I am waiting for a detailed report on Her reply. I hope Media picks it up fast

from:  Anonymous
Posted on: Aug 17, 2013 at 01:14 IST

She is indeed an innocent abroad, failing to recognise that law enforcement by IAS officers must be selective to be commensurate with the corrupt practices of political bosses.

from:  S.P.Chakravarty
Posted on: Aug 16, 2013 at 22:54 IST

What is new? "Goondas" run every state and for the most parts of the central govt. God only knows when this culture will end. UP, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Assam, et al, governments follow the culture of the mafia that has been going for decades. If it were not for Supreme Court and CBI, all of the Indian citizenry would have no recourse to justice. The mafia has also been so active in dividing up the country into more and more states. Shouldn't the whole country vote on such issues of national significance? These morons really should be in jail someplace.

from:  R. Bannerji
Posted on: Aug 16, 2013 at 21:02 IST
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