ADG PAC tried to get me killed: Gita
THE ?battle? between DGP Yashpal Singh and ADG PAC Bua Singh over a bungalow in Gonda today took a serious turn with the DGP?s wife Gita Singh blasting the ADG ?for conspiring to eliminate her in Gonda on December 24?.india Updated: Jan 01, 2006 11:23 IST
THE ‘battle’ between DGP Yashpal Singh and ADG PAC Bua Singh over a bungalow in Gonda today took a serious turn with the DGP’s wife Gita Singh blasting the ADG “for conspiring to eliminate her in Gonda on December 24”.
Without taking Bua Singh’s name, Gita Singh, who is also Samajwadi Party MLA from Balrampur, told newsmen that the ADG had hatched the ‘bungalow conspiracy’ in Gonda to become the state’s DGP. She said the PAC had misled Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on the issue. Gita said there was no use of talking to the chief minister in the matter.
Claiming that the high court had given an order in her favour over possession of the bungalow, Gita said two companies of PAC had surrounded her on the instruction of the ADG PAC to “kill me”. Gita said the ADG had deliberately created the “bungalow row” to become the DGP by dislodging her husband Yashpal Singh. She said “media helped him in his design”. She said the ADG had told her on phone that “let me become DGP, I will give possession of the bungalow to you”.
Gita said the ADG, who was allegedly involved in famous ‘Rampur Tiraha’ case, had issued order to the PAC to open “fire to get the bungalow vacated”.
“Had I not left the place I would have been killed”, Gita said with chocked voice.
When asked whether the PAC had created problem or the Home Department was also behind it, she shot back “both” as the “heads of the two departments were batchmates”. “Both had understanding”, she said. Bua Singh and Principal Secretary (Home) Alok Sinha are from 1973 batch. She also assailed DIG Gonda Safi A Rizvi for his role in the case. “Unka role fair nahin tha” (his role was not fair), she said and added the DIG should be suspended. She said Gonda DIG was more interested in the appointment of new DGP. Rizvi had asked her to vacate the grabbed bungalow, as she had no allotment paper. She said suspension of inspector RP Singh, who had helped her, was wrong.
Gita said the house was not under the possession of PAC and her brother Amar Singh, who had power of attorney of the property, was the rightful claimant.
She said the house belonged to Vijay Laxmi Bhatnagar and she had empowered Amar Singh to manage the property. She said the PAC had not paid rent for the last 27 years. In a combative mood, Gita said it was just the beginning “I will expose everybody”. She said the PAC was under illegal possession of the bungalow. She said the ADG PAC was playing games to serve his vested interest.”
First Published: Jan 01, 2006 11:23 IST