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PM narendra modi action on senior railway officer after sought supplementary IPL passes | A committee headed by the PM on request of the IPL sent home cadre to the senior officer

Gopal Krishnan is the officer of the 1987 batch Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers.
He called DDCA for the IPL pass in March and then wrote a letter in April.
A committee headed by the Prime Minister on the notice of the department against the officer took action

new Delhi. Senior bureaucrat Gopal Krishnan Gupta got enormous in demanding to the Indian Premier League (IPL). Prime Minister Narendra Modi reduced his term of central deputation and sent him home cadre. Gupta had sought a compliant pass from the Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA). On this, the department issued notice to them. If not satisfied with the reply to the notice, the Appointments Committee (ACC) has decided to send them home cadre. ACC Chairman is Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Share the letter written by the officer in the public

Gopal Krishnan is the officer of the 1987 batch Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers (IRSME). He is the Joint Secretary in the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

He called in the DDCA office for the IPL Complimentary Pass in March 2019. During this, he talked to DDCA president Rajat Sharma's assistant Sapna Soni and other staff.

After a few days of this conversation, when no response came from DDCA, he also wrote a letter to the DDCA president on April 3. In this letter, Gopal Krishnan also wrote on the phone conversation.

This letter was presented to ACC. After this, departmental action was taken against Gopal Krishnan. ACC also shared a copy of this letter among the public.

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