Haryana government has asked resigned IPS officer Prakash Singh to quit chipping away at his second report into the Jat unsettling, with Singh guaranteeing that it was not prepared for a "brief moment intense pill" after his first report arraigned a few officers in police and organization. "I was to give reports in two stages.
To begin with on uproars amid challenge on reservation and second to investigate police changes. Notwithstanding, the Haryana government had given me in composing that they don't need the second report," Singh told columnists on Friday. "The primary report of mine was a sharp pill and I think they (Haryana government) don't need another such pill," the Padma Shri beneficiary said. Singh said the state government let him know that they would actualize the proposals given by him in his first report.
He included that the underlying report put together by him was "not thorough". The resigned IPS officer headed the reality discovering test into the savage amount disturbance in February this year which prompted 30 passings and immense misfortune out in the open and government property, compelling the Haryana government to summon Army to control peace.
Singh said the state government had sent him a formal letter saying he had made an "admirable showing with regards to" in his first report. In any case, the letter specifies that there is "no need" for the second report and they will follow up on the proposals made in the principal, he said.
Singh had arraigned officers extending from Additional Chief Secretary to DGP in his first report after a nitty gritty three-level examination. The primary report had blamed the heavy hitters, among others, for inaction and position inclination.
He had as of now started taking a shot at the second report furthermore held preparatory gatherings with cops in June. Singh said that no reason was given to him by the state government for halting work on the second report. "I think legislators, civil servants, cops feel on the off chance that this man returns again he will make suggestions which will be not be to their greatest advantage," he said.