The war of words between the top bureaucrats from the city is not in any mood of slowing down. What started with a comment on the photographs of IAS Rohini Sindhuri and JD(S) MLA from Mysuru’s Krishnarajanagara Sa Ra Mahesh, has well and truly gone beyond just that.
Besides questioning the IAS officer of having close relationships with politicians, Roopa Moudgil has also accused the officer of several other things.
My complaint on corruption of Rohini sindhuri IAS, which is already now in public domain. Please don't circulate wrong ones. And please bear with my silence, for, I will not be reacting to anything related to this. Report submitted to Govt. pic.twitter.com/qKEc4VsjZ4
— D Roopa IPS (@D_Roopa_IPS) February 20, 2023
In a recent development, IPS officer Roopa Moudgil shared private pictures of her bureaucracy colleague IAS Rohini Sindhuri on social media websites. Besides sharing private pictures, the IPS officer also stated that IAS Sindhuri had violated the service conduct rules by sharing her pictures with other IAS officers.
K'taka | IPS officer D Roopa Moudgil alleges that IAS officer Rohini Sindhuri shared her private photos on social media
I had reported to govt about a no. of issues incl indecent pics&corruption.Request govt to take action against her:D Roopa Moudgil
CM has met both officers. pic.twitter.com/0PpSEmOLfA
— ANI (@ANI) February 20, 2023
— Sathyan Kolathur (@SathyanKolathur) February 21, 2023
D Roopa posted the images on her Facebook account, a day after she had put out a long list of controversies surrounding the IAS officers. While sharing IAS Sindhuri’s pictures, the IPS officer stated that the former had shared those pictures with three IAS officers between 2021 and 2022. Roopa also claimed that she had officially complained to the Chief Minister of the state Basavraj Bommai and Chief Secretary Vandita Sharma.
Meanwhile, reports suggest that the Chief Minister has met both officers regarding the matter, and is intervening in the same. State Minister of Karnataka Aaga Jnanendra called the exchange between the two senior officers “bad behaviour” and also warned them of strong action.