Chandigarh Stalking Case: Victim’s Father Transferred by the Government


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  • Officer Kundu said it’s up to the government where it deputes me keeping in view my capabilities
  • The government has not mentioned any reason for Kundu’s new posting.

Chandigarh: Earlier an incident has to come to light where Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala’s son Vikas Barala had been arrested for stalking Varnika Kundu, daughter of a senior Haryana-cadre IAS officer VS Kundu but now a new turn has appeared in the case.


Kundu is Transferred

According to the reports, the bureaucrat Kundu has been transferred by the government, who was looking after state’s Tourism Department, and has been posted as Additional Chief Secretary, Science and Technology Department.
He will keep an eye on the State University of Performing and Visual Arts, Rohtak, as its Vice-Chancellor, reports said.

Officer Kundu said that it’s up to the government where it deputes him keeping in view the capabilities. He doesn’t have any problem with it.He said, he never tried to stop his transfer order.
However, in the transfer order, the government has not mentioned any reason for Kundu’s new posting.

Police Arrest Drunken Guy, known as BJP Cheif’s Son

In the last month, a shocking incident came into the in light in Haryana where Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state president Subhash Barala’s son Vikas had been arrested on charges of stalking the daughter of an IAS officer.

The victim, who was driving towards Panchkula town, alleged that both men followed her in their Tata Safari Storm SUV from the Sector 26 Grain Market area. Both were drunk.

Also Read: Vikas Barala accepts following Varnika

The Incident’s CCTV footage Found, Say Police

Haryana BJP chief’s son is accused of stalking an IAS officer’s daughter’s car on her way home. The police in its development to the matter said that they have found the CCTV footage of the incident. DGP Tejinder Singh Luthra said that the police has procured the footage establishing the victim being chased by the accused in a Tata Safari.


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