Senior officers failed DySP Ganapathy, says DIG Roopa

Senior officers failed DySP Ganapathy, says DIG Roopa

Submitted by alvin on Fri, 2016-07-08 20:06 Bengaluru: A senior woman IPS officer waded into the controversy created by the suicide of MK Ganapathy by saying that seniors had failed the DySP.DIG D Roopa, who is currently chief of Sakala mission in Bengaluru, took to twitter saying: “It’s the utmost duty of senior officers to act impartially, without grudge and to counsel the juniors. Can't wish away this responsibility. It's minimum expected of senior officers that they don't pass on illegal orders of politicians to juniors - responsibility more on officers.” It's the utmost duty of senior officers to act impartially, without grudge and to counsel the juniors. Can't wish away this responsibility— D Roopa IPS (@D_Roopa_IPS) July 8, 2016It's minimum expected of senior officers that they don't pass on illegal orders of politicians to juniors - responsibility more on officers— D Roopa IPS (@D_Roopa_IPS) July 8, 2016Meanwhile, DG and IG Om Prakash said that “MK Ganapathy’s case was “purely a suicide and based on his personnel issues”. “So far no complaint has been registered,” said the top police official.When asked whether the police department would consider Ganapathy's statement to local channels as a complaint, Om Prakash was evasive but the DGP said “local channels would be made witnesses” and could be “charged with abetting” Ganapathy's suicide.