Mining mafia behind my transfer: Rohini Sinduri

12:45 PM Mar 25, 2018 | Team Udayavani |

Hassan: Hassan Deputy Commissioner Rohini Sindhuri Dasari has moved the High Court of Karnataka testing the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) order, requesting her to give representation to the Chief Secretary against her transfer order. 


The petition is probably going to come up for hearing on Monday. The request of states that the CAT’s request guiding her to speak to the Chief Secretary is against the idea of equity as she needs to make an interest to the authority who requested her transfer. She has named her mounting grievances in such manner as ‘pimple on the boil’ in the appeal. 

Rohini has fought in the request of that IAS unit posts have a settled tenure of two years according to the standards and, regardless of this she is being transferred as the Hassan Deputy Commissioner for political reasons. The petition claimed she had cracked down on the mining mafia, which had chafed the nearby government officials who conveyed a tirade against her to the Chief Minister who coordinated for her untimely transfer after capitulating to the political pressure. 

The request of states that numerous IAS officers with long tenure have been saved without subjecting to transfer. Rohini has urge the court to subdue the transfer order of March 3, 2018 and the Tribunal’s request of March 21, 2018. She expressed that she has not approached the central secretary, as coordinated by the CAT since there is a probability of requirement of her transfer order with impact from March 26, outer limit fixed by the CAT to keep up a the norm. She additionally expressed if the exchange arrange is executed speedily, the request of moves toward becoming infructuous, and would make treachery her. 


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