AAP MLA resigns from meeting panel over inaction in sacrilege instances
CHANDIGARH: Fissures seem in lower than a year-old AAP authorities in Punjab with its legislator Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh on Wednesday resigning from the put up of chairman of the committee on authorities assurances of the Legislative Meeting over authorities’s “inaction” within the 2015 sacrilege instances.
His resignation is but to be accepted by Speaker Kultar Singh Sandhwan, officers mentioned.
The legislator from Amritsar (North), Pratap was reportedly upset over dealing with the probe and “inaction” into the extremely delicate sacrilege instances. He even expressed displeasure on just a few events.
Earlier than becoming a member of politics, Pratap was a former Inspector Common of Police and was heading the particular investigation workforce (SIT) probing the 2015 Kotakpura and Behbal Kalan police firing instances. The incidents had taken place after the alleged desecration of a spiritual textual content in Faridkot.
The 1998-batch officer of the Punjab cadre had resigned within the run-up to the meeting elections after the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Court docket quashed the probe by the SIT into the Kotkapura firing incident.