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Sand mafia pardons suspended UP officer

31, Jul 2013 By Pagal Patrakar

Lucknow. Showing a large heart and a merciful nature, the sand mafia of Uttar Pradesh has decided to forgive suspended IAS officer Durga Shakti Nagpal, even though the state government is planning file a chargesheet against her.

Akhilesh Yadav
Akhilesh Yadav, apparently responsible for law and order, is reported to have taken the request by the mafia seriously and he could soon pardon the officer.

“It was her first posting in the state and first offense, so we have decided to be lenient,” said Balu Singh, local extortionist and part of the sand mafia.

The groups involved in illegal mining have written a letter to Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and have requested him to revoke the suspension of the IAS officer, who had gone astray from her conventional duties of sitting in the AC office to clamp down on the mafia.

“She was accused of demolishing a mosque and creating communal tensions. She must be feeling sleepless and scared of fundamentalists in the last few days. I think that’s strong enough a lesson for a first time offender,” Balu told Faking News.

Balu further disclosed that the mafia members are willing to go a step ahead and felicitate the suspended officer.

“We will give her something like Shanmughan Manjunath Memorial award to cheer her up,” Balu referred to the IOC officer who was killed in Lakhimpur Kheri for stopping petrol adulteration.