Chandigarh stalking case: Varnika’s father demoted one month after son of BJP chief got arrested

Chandigarh: In this photo shot on August 07, Varnika Kundu is seen with her father Varinder Singh Kundu at Panchkula near Chandigarh. The police on Wednesday arrested Vikas Barala, son of Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala, and his friend Ashish Kumar on charges of stalking and attempt to kidnap Varnika Kundu. PTI Photo (PTI8_9_2017_000146B)

It seems as if, there is no room for honest, virtuous and ethical people in our society anymore. If you stand up against anything wrong happening around you or for that matter, even to you, you will be penalized rather than being praised for it.

On Tuesday, the Haryana government demoted Virender Kundu from the post of the Additional Chief Secretary (Tourism) to Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) Science and Technology, which is a fairly lower post. Howbeit, he will continue to look after State University of Performing and Visual Arts, Rohtak, as its Vice-Chancellor.

Virendra Kundu is the same person, whose daughter, Varnika Kundu was stalked and harrassed by Vikas barala, the son of Haryana BJP chief, Subhash Barala last month. In this regard, Vikas Barala had been booked on charges of stalking and attempting to abduct Varnika and was arrested.

Not only that, it important to note that the decision of the Haryana government to transfer Kundu to a lower position comes soon after the Chandigarh court dismissed Barala’s bail plea.

We leave it for your own judgement to understand the link between the two.

Meanwhile, when asked about the state government’s decision to transfer him, Virendra Kundu said:“It’s up to the government where it deputes me keeping in view my capabilities. I don’t have any problem in it. I never tried to stop my transfer order.” As reported by The Indian Express.

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