T P Senkumar files contempt of court against chief secretary of Kerala
Express News Kerala
By Express News Service | Published: 29th April 2017 03:46 PM
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In what could be viewed as a humiliation to the Kerala government, T P Senkumar, the previous State police chief, has documented a criminal scorn of court request of against the State government under the steady gaze of the Supreme Court on Saturday.
He documented the appeal to after the State government deferred the usage of the zenith court’s request restoring him as the State police chief. For the situation documented by his legal counselor Harris Beeran, boss secretary Nalini Netto has been charged as the respondent.
Senkumar, in his request, looked for an expansion of his administration period to remunerate the loss of administration period over the most recent one year. He likewise included that the administration was making little move on executing the Supreme Court arrange.
“It was the main secretary speaking to the legislature and she was in charge of issuing requests,” he told the New Indian Express.
Senkumar additionally brought up in the appeal to that a comparable case was accounted for in Karnataka where legitimate move was made against the main secretary of Karnataka not clinging to a request from SC.
The Supreme Court issued the milestone decision reestablishing Senkumar on Monday. The judgment favoring Senkumar came after his 11-month fight in court with the administration. Senkumar was expelled from the post in last June refering to his claimed “lack of concern” in dealing with the case on Puttingal sanctuary catastrophe and the Jisha kill case. In spite of the fact that Senkumar was selected as the overseeing chief of the Kerala Police Housing Construction Corporation Ltd, he declined to take up the post.