Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, April 13
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has refused to just accept the resignation letter of IPS officer Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, looking for untimely retirement from service.
Declining the voluntary retirement plea of Kunwar Vijay Pratap, who’s presently heading the Special Investigation Teams (SITs) probing the Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan firing instances, the chief minister mentioned he was a extremely competent and environment friendly officer whose providers had been wanted within the border state, particularly at a time when Punjab was confronted with varied inner and exterior safety threats.
The state wants the experience and expertise of the officer, who has contributed distinctive service to the Punjab Police in varied vital positions, mentioned the chief minister, describing Kunwar Vijay Pratap as a talented, succesful and brave officer, with an exemplary observe document.
Referring to media reviews on the Punjab and Haryana High Court’s orders within the Kotkapura case probe, the chief minister identified that he had already made it clear that any choice of the courtroom that seeks to take away Kunwar Vijay Pratap because the SIT chief or to quash the investigations within the case can be challenged by his authorities within the Supreme Court.
The officer and his group have executed a wonderful job of expeditiously investigating the Kotkapura case, which the Akalis have tried laborious to stall for the previous 4 years, Capt Amarinder mentioned, including that the probe will probably be taken to its logical conclusion below the steering and supervision of the in a position officer himself.