The government is confident of investigating the police in the case of issuing a pass to Badrinath Dham by keeping independent MLA Ammani Tripathi of Uttar Pradesh under the rule. At the same time, some more officers, including the Additional Chief Secretary and District Magistrate of Dehradun, are under the question of issuing passes. For your information, let us tell you that the government has refused to form a separate inquiry committee in this high profile case. During a press conference at the Secretariat Media Center, Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh said that a case has been registered against the MLA in Munikireti. Which the police is investigating
Along with this, he will also check that the officer has missed the level in issuing the pass, while no separate investigation is being conducted in this case. Along with this, the government will take action based on the facts revealed in the police investigation. On the question of not forming an inquiry committee despite the allegations being made on the top officials, he said that the police is capable of investigation and can investigate against any officer. Is visible
For your information, let us tell you that despite the closure of the doors of Badrinath Dham and not allowing the movement of devotees to Kedarnath Dham, the pass was issued to MLA Amanmani. The letter was sent to. On the basis of this letter, the District Magistrate's Office issued the pass of three vehicles including the MLA and his associates. While the pass cannot be issued under the guidelines issued for the corona lockdown, the Karnprayag police returned the complaint claiming the MLA's pass invalid, following which a case was filed against him in Munikirati.