MP Breaking: DG Purushottam Sharma’s voluntary retirement application rejected, he will continue in the post

Ajay Sharma, Bhopal. The VRS (Voluntary Retirement Scheme) application of Madhya Pradesh cadre senior IPS officer and Special Director General of Police Purushottam Sharma has been rejected by the state government. For the time being, he will continue in his post. In this regard, the Home Department of the State Government has issued an order to invalidate his application. Now the doubt regarding his voluntary retirement is over.

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In fact, senior IPS officer of 1986 batch Purushottam Sharma had asked for VRS being unhappy with the attitude of the government. He said that when the government does not want to give work, then retire. I don’t like getting salary without work. There was a lot of discussion about this statement of Purushottam Sharma in the police department.

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Came in discussion after ‘beating’ his wife

Please tell that a video of Purushottam Sharma went viral. In this, he was seen fighting with his wife. On this basis, the government had suspended him. His suspension period was extended several times. However, later the Supreme Court, giving a verdict in his favor, directed to end the suspension proceedings. The Supreme Court gave relief to Purushottam Sharma, declaring the action of the Madhya Pradesh government as void.

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