Karnataka: Discontent between warring IAS officers ends after mutt seer intervenes, Shilpa Nag to return work
Two days of volatile situation in Mysuru over differences between women IAS officers Shilpa Nag and Rohini Sindhuri seems to have ended on a positive note after powerful seer's intervention. On seer's direction, Shilpa Nag withdrew her resignation and agreed to work again.
Back to back meetings and efforts by Lingayat seer Shivaratri Deshikendra Swami of Suttur Mutt and meeting with district in-charge Minister ST Somashekhar have proved a breakthrough in the brewing discontent between women IAS officers in Mysuru.
Things turned ugly after Shilpa Nag put down her papers and addressed the press on Thursday accusing DC Rohini Sindhuri of harassing her.
Sinduri condemned the action of 2014 batch officer Shilpa Nag's press conference.
It is said that the fallout began after Sinduri asked Nag to give details of Rs 12 crore CSR funds and had sent a notice regarding the same.
Shilpa Nag had said that the resentment from Sindhuri is due to the credit she has been amassing in handling Covid situation in Mysuru and allegedly attempting to damage her reputation.