Bhopal: A case of dowry harassment and assault on his wife has been registered against Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Mohit Bundas in Madhya Pradesh's capital Bhopal. Ias Bundas's wife is also an Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer. Bundas's mother and sisters have also been made criminals in this case. According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Nidhi Saxena, a case was filed against 38-year-old Mohit Bundas by his wife Shobhana Meena on Tuesday night. His mother and two sisters, including IAS Mohit Bundas, have also been made criminals in the dowry harassment and assault case.
Mahila Thana police said that after the complaint of the woman officer, a preliminary inquiry was conducted first and later an FIR was lodged against the culprits. No arrests have been made in the case at present and the police are investigating the matter further. In her complaint application, IRS Shobhana Meena, posted in Bhopal, has stated that on Tuesday, while she was in her office, her husband Mohit Bundas entered there and started abusing her. Due to this, he came down on indecency and started beating. The two got married in 2012. They also have a son. Shobhana alleges that since her marriage, the mother-in-law and 2 sisters-in-law used to torture her physically and mentally.
Bundas is an IAS of the 2011 cadre of the Madhya Pradesh batch and is deputy secretary in the forest department. Earlier, the IAS had served as collector of several cities, including Bundas Chhatarpur, where his style of functioning had led to many controversies and people's representatives of several political parties had demanded his removal. Bundas has also worked as an additional district magistrate (ADM) in Bhopal.