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Caught on Camera: Frustrated Bihar IAS Officer Hurls Abuses During Meeting, Video Goes Viral | WATCH
A video has been doing rounds on social media wherein a senior IAS officer and Bihar Additional Chief Secretary (Excise and Revenue), KK Pathak, can be seen hurling abuse at the state administrative services
Patna/Bihar: A video has been doing rounds on social media wherein a senior IAS officer and Bihar Additional Chief Secretary (Excise and Revenue), KK Pathak, can be seen hurling abuse at the state administrative services. Pathak can also be heard making objectionable comments about the traffic sense of the people of Bihar.
“People follow rules in Chennai. Have you ever seen anyone here following the traffic rules? They will keep honking even at a red light. Laal light bhi hai, pe pe bhi karega…the situation of the deputy collector is this...” the irate IAS officer said, adding that more on this will be discussed on the 13th.
Following the viral video, the Bihar Administrative Service Association (BASA) demanded action against the senior IAS officer, failing which they (BASA) would hold a protest.
Speaking to ANI, Sunil Tiwari, general secretary, Bihar Administrative Services Association (BASA) said,”We demand the government to sack such an officer. We have decided to register an FIR against him. He used abusive words for us which is wrong. We condemn it.”
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#WATCH | Bihar Excise Principal Secretary KK Pathak was caught on camera abusing his junior officers.
(Source: viral video)
Note: Abusive language pic.twitter.com/VvxzeLAVvA
— ANI (@ANI) February 2, 2023
Pathak, a 1990 batch IAS officer is know for his strictness. He is also the Director General of the Bihar Institute of Public Administration and Rural Development (BIPARD). In November 2021, Pathak was brought back from the central deputation to lead the department for effective implementation of the strict provisions of Bihar liquor laws.
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