Bengaluru: The ongoing public feud between two senior women officers has put the Karnataka administration in the tight spot.
The matter has intensified that now the state Home Minister Araga Gyanendra has to warn of action. On Sunday, Indian Police Service (IPS) officer D Roopa Moudgil shared personal pictures of Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Rohini Sindhuri on social media.
She also claimed that Rohini Sindhuri had violated service conduct rules by sending her photographs to male IAS officers.
D Roopa posted the pictures on her Facebook page and alleged that Sindhuri had shared the pictures with three IAS officers in 2021 and 2022. Not only this, a day earlier, D Roopa had issued a long list of corruption charges against Sindhuri and claimed that she had also complained to Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and Chief Secretary Vandita Sharma.
On Sunday, Sindhuri issued a statement saying D Roopa was running a “false, personal slander campaign” against her and threatening action.
“She collected pictures of me and screenshots of WhatsApp status from social media to defame me. As she has alleged that I have sent these pictures to some officers, I urge them to disclose their names.”