Bihar DGP Gupteshwar Pandey, who came to the fore after the death of film star Sushant Singh Rajput, resigned from his role. The explanation for his resignation is assumed to be the forthcoming election of the Bihar Assembly.
It is said that, following the orders of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, he took this measure. Gupteshwar Pandey applied for VRS before retirement. The government also approved his proposal for the VRS.
Soon, according to news, we will declare the resumption of political winnings. It is said that DGP Gupteshwar Pandey will participate on a JDU ticket from Buxar ‘s seat in Bihar.
Meanwhile, Gupteshwar Pandey tweeted from his Twitter account late last night. In this tweet, he wrote that I’m coming to Facebook on September 23 at 6 p.m. In this, he also gave the caption for the message in which my story is written.
Gupteshwar Pandey is a 1987 batch IPS officer. He was born in 1961 in Gerua, a small village in the district of Buxar. After completing his initial studies in the village, Gupteshwar Pandey became IRS in 1986 after completing his further studies at the University of Patna.
But he wasn’t happy with this work, so he passed the UPSC exam and became an IPS. As an IPS officer, he took over as DGP of Bihar on January 31, 2019, after holding several complete posts in Bihar.
He retired from his position only five months into his term. This is not the first time, however, that Gupteshwar Pandey is going to contest the election. Earlier in 2009, he left the IPS office to contest the polls. He decided to contest the election of Lok Sabha from the Buxar seat on the BJP ticket.
However, after not obtaining the ticket, he applied to withdraw his resignation, after which the government of Nitish Kumar accepted his submission. He returned to the State Administration Service 9 months after he had retired. He was later indicted by the Inspector General of Police, Bihar.