IAS couple walks their pet Dog in the stadium; Athletes faces problem

A Delhi IAS couple was snapped taking their dog for a walk in Thyagraj staduim where football athletes practise.

The coaches and athletes complained about the same and the Centre shifted their possitioning outside Delhi.

IAS couple Sanjeev Khirwar and Rinku Dugga are 1994 batch officers of the AGMUT cadre. 

And on Thursday, they were accused of taking their dog on a walk in the Stadium.

Sanjeev Khirwar worked as principal secretary (revenue) with the Delhi government and now he’s transferred to Ladakh.

His wife (Rinku Dugga) is also transferred to Arunachal Pradesh.

Their posting will be starting immediately until any further instruction from the Union Ministry of home affairs (MHA).

On the other hand, the MHA received a report by the Chief secretary, Delhi that a IAS officer is misusing their rights and power by empting the stadium before its closing time for walking the dog.

Khirwar replied to this accusation that, ‘I would never ask an athlete to leave my stadium. Even if I go, I go after the athletes leave the stadium.

We don’t leave the dog on the track, we leave it when no one is around but never at the expense of an athlete. If there is anything objectionable in it, I will stop it.’

Although, the stadium timings are till 6pm in the afternoon but it is extended because of immense heat waves during day/afternoon.


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