Former IPS Pankaj Chaudhary announced to contest Lok Sabha elections - RNews1 Network

Former IPS Pankaj Chaudhary announced to contest Lok Sabha elections

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Jaipur : Pankaj Chaudhary, former IPS officer of the Rajasthan cadre who was recently dismissed from the Indian Administrative Service by the Central Home Ministry on the recommendation of the previous Raje Government of Rajasthan, has now announced to contest Lok Sabha election. 

Pankaj Chaudhary has organized a press conference in Jaipur today and declared that till date he was with people through public service and will remain with people as a politician. He announced that he will contest Lok Sabha election from any seat of western Rajasthan. However, it is not yet clarified that which party he will choose to contest election. They will announce about it in the early days of April.

Former IPS Pankaj Chaudhary, who was recognized as a Dabang police officer, who stood against corruption and corrupt officials, today he brought a political revolution in the politics of state, making a big announcement to contest Lok Sabha Election. 

Chaudhary has announced that he is now coming in politics now and to contest election from any seat from Barmer-Jaisalmer, Jalore-Sirohi, Jodhpur, Pali, Nagaur, Bikaner and Ganganagar-Hanumangarh of western Rajasthan. However, he has not yet disclose someting about the party.

In the press conference, Pankaj Chaudhary said that he was standing against corruption in the form of a public servant till now, but now he will be with people as a politician and will do the decent politics under the constitution of the country. 

While  on the termination of his service, he told 'unsubstantiated' it and said that he has challenged it in the court, where the next hearing will be on April 10. Chaudhary said that the truth never bends or never hides, in such a situation, he is confident of the court and said that he will definitely get justice from the court.

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