Chandigarh: Haryana chief minister ML Khattar has “turned down” IAS officer Rani Nagar’s resignation and recommended to the Centre to change her cadre to her home state Uttar Pradesh, Union minister of state (MoS) Krishan Pal Gurjar said on Thursday.

In a series of tweets on Thursday evening, the minister of state for social justice and empowerment also said the “efforts made to give justice to daughter Rani Nagar have borne fruit”.

MoS Krishan Pal Gurjar, who is also the BJP MP from Faridabad tweeted, “I want to share a good news with you all that Haryana-cadre IAS officer Rani Nagar's resignation has been turned down by Hon'ble Chief Minister @ MLKhattar Ji.”

“I express my gratitude to Manohar Lal ji (CM) from the bottom of my heart for turning down her resignation,” he said in another tweet.

His tweets in Hindi were also retweeted by chief minister Khattar on his Twitter handle.

Krishan Pal Gurjar said Khattar “also deserves to be congratulated because showing magnanimity, he has recommended to the Centre to change Rani Nagar's cadre from Haryana to her home state”. “The efforts made to give justice to daughter Rani Nagar have borne fruit. Our effort is that no injustice of any kind should be done to her,” the Union minister said in another tweet.

The 2014-batch, Haryana-cadre woman IAS officer had resigned on Monday, citing “personal safety on government duty” as the reason for the drastic step.

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Hours before Gurjar put out a series of tweets informing about Khattar’s decision to turn down the IAS officer’s resignation, Nagar in a tweet, said it will lead to her 'more exploitation' if her resignation was not accepted.

"It will not be possible for me to get a government job in future," Nagar wrote in a tweet, in which she also mentioned that she found stapler pins on numerous occasions in the food served to her in the UT Guest House in Chandigarh, where she stayed earlier.

The opposition Congress had termed Nagar’s resignation ''shocking'', asking chief minister Khattar if it was not a 'proof of his failure'.

Rani Nagar, 35, held the charge of a director in Haryana Archives Department and that of an additional director in the Social Justice and Empowerment ministry in the state government.

Haryana chief minister ML Khattar has “turned down” IAS officer Rani Nagar’s resignation and recommended to the Centre to change her cadre to her home state Uttar Pradesh, Union minister of state (MoS) Krishan Pal Gurjar said on Thursday.

In a series of tweets on Thursday evening, the minister of state for social justice and empowerment also said the “efforts made to give justice to daughter Rani Nagar have borne fruit”.

MoS Krishan Pal Gurjar, who is also the BJP MP from Faridabad tweeted, “I want to share a good news with you all that Haryana-cadre IAS officer Rani Nagar's resignation has been turned down by Hon'ble Chief Minister @ MLKhattar Ji.”

“I express my gratitude to Manohar Lal ji (CM) from the bottom of my heart for turning down her resignation,” he said in another tweet.

 

His tweets in Hindi were also retweeted by chief minister Khattar on his Twitter handle.

Krishan Pal Gurjar said Khattar “also deserves to be congratulated because showing magnanimity, he has recommended to the Centre to change Rani Nagar's cadre from Haryana to her home state”. “The efforts made to give justice to daughter Rani Nagar have borne fruit. Our effort is that no injustice of any kind should be done to her,” the Union minister said in another tweet.

The 2014-batch, Haryana-cadre woman IAS officer had resigned on Monday, citing “personal safety on government duty” as the reason for the drastic step.

Hours before Gurjar put out a series of tweets informing about Khattar’s decision to turn down the IAS officer’s resignation, Nagar in a tweet, said it will lead to her 'more exploitation' if her resignation was not accepted.

"It will not be possible for me to get a government job in future," Nagar wrote in a tweet, in which she also mentioned that she found stapler pins on numerous occasions in the food served to her in the UT Guest House in Chandigarh, where she stayed earlier.

The opposition Congress had termed Nagar’s resignation ''shocking'', asking chief minister Khattar if it was not a 'proof of his failure'.

Rani Nagar, 35, held the charge of a director in Haryana Archives Department and that of an additional director in the Social Justice and Empowerment ministry in the state government.