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Home Ministry sacked IPS who investigated Ishrat Jahan case, reached Supreme Court


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Published: Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 22:31 [IST]

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New Delhi, September 13: Ishrat Jahan IPS officer Satish Chandra Verma, who investigated the encounter, has approached the Supreme Court against his dismissal. Senior IPS has been sacked by the Home Ministry a month before his retirement. He had helped the CBI in the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case. At the same time, the Delhi High Court has stayed the dismissal of IPS officer Verma till September 19.

IPS Satish Chandra Verma Who Probed Ishrat Jahan Case dismissed by HM Goes To Supreme Court

Satish Chandra Verma is a 1986 batch IPS officer of Gujarat cadre. He was due to retire on 30 September. However, a month before that, on August 30, he was suspended. Verma challenged his suspension in the Delhi High Court. Taking a decision on this, the court stayed the order of suspension of the IPS officer.

Hearing on the petition of IPS officer Satish Chandra Verma, the Delhi High Court has ordered the Union Home Ministry not to implement the dismissal till September 19. The court has clearly said in its stay that during this time Verma will be able to approach the Supreme Court to get relief.

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The reason for issuing the order to sack Verma is not yet known. If Verma’s dismissal order is implemented, he will not get pension and other benefits. Senior police officer Verma’s last posting was as Inspector General of the Central Reserve Police Force in Tamil Nadu.

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IPS Satish Chandra Verma Who Probed Ishrat Jahan Case dismissed by HM Goes To Supreme Court

Story first published: Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 22:31 [IST]

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