A new music video titled ‘Robinhood of Bihar’ and featuring former Director General of Police (DGP) Gupteshwar Pandey has created quite a buzz on the internet. Also Read - 'Gazab Beizzati Hai Yaar': Hilarious Memes Flood Twitter After JDU Denies Ticket to Gupteshwar Pandey
The music video titled ‘Robinhood Bihar Ke’ stars Pandey along with Deepak Thakur, singer, lyricist and composer of the song. A former Bigg Boss contestant, Thakur is best known for his number from the film “Gangs of Wasseypur” and belongs to Muzaffarpur district in the state. Also Read - Bihar Assembly Elections 2020: Denied JD(U) Ticket, Ex-DGP Gupteshwar Pandey Says His Life is Dedicated to People of Bihar
The song was released on Sunday, September 20 on Deepak Thakur’s YouTube channel ‘DT Production’, which has over two lakh subscribers. But amid rising controversy on the contents of the video, Thakur has deleted it from his channel. However, it is still available on different social media platforms after being shared thousands of times since its release. Also Read - Never Said Sushant Singh Rajput Was Murdered: Bihar's Former DGP Gupteshwar Pandey Speaks on AIIMS Report Again
Deepak Thakur had earlier shared a poster of the song on his Twitter account that showed Pandey seated on a couch with Thakur standing right behind him.
A 1987-batch IPS officer, Pandey on Tuesday took voluntary retirement from service, triggering speculation that he could contest the upcoming Assembly elections in the state that will go to polls in October-November.
Pandey’s request for VRS has been approved by Governor Phagu Chauhan. Pandey will contest polls from Buxar and has reportedly been assured a ticket from the BJP, according to a report in The Indian Express.
Earlier in 2009, Pandey had sought premature retirement to contest the Lok Sabha elections but the state government denied him VRS and reinstated him in the service.
Pandey joined Twitter in April this year and has more than 2.62 lakh followers.
Gupteshwar Pandey, 59, was born in Geruabandh village of Buxar district in Bihar. He is an alumnus of Patna University.