| Chandigarh |
Published: July 25, 2020 3:09:30 am
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has refused to simply accept the resignation of his Chief Parliamentary Secretary (CPS) Suresh Kumar, days after he had put in his papers.
In a communication to Kumar, Chief Secretary Vini Mahajan Friday wrote that the CM has rejected his resignation letters dated July 15, 2020, September, 2019 and August, 2017. The letter additionally advises him to renew work with quick impact.
Amarinder had by the way denied that he had acquired any resignation by Kumar though the latter had refused to carry out official duties. He had returned his official automobiles and relieved his private workers. Amarinder had held a gathering with him Wednesday. Later, Mahajan visited him.
Kumar resigned for the third time, on July 15, when the case, difficult his appointment as CPS to CM had come up for listening to within the HC. He had made a word within the resignation that no one from the federal government had appeared in court docket and the case was adjourned to September 14. Friday’s communication to him by the CS, additionally says the federal government is, within the meantime, writing to Advocate General to work in direction of getting the case determined quick.
Kumar, a retired IAS officer, was handpicked by the CM and appointed CPS to CM when the Congress took over reins of the state. In January 2018, his appointment was put aside by a single bench of HC. The authorities challenged the ruling earlier than an even bigger bench.=
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