IAS officer goes missing from DM’s job Speak – The future of the country is safe in this party Know who is the IAS officer and where is he?

Many people have seen and changed their parties before coming to the party, but leaving a prestigious job like an IAS and coming into politics is a strange thing. Prior to this, there are many cases of retired officers coming to politics, but if the working officer comes to politics, then once the news comes, it is natural to come to the conclusion of the news.

In the center of this news, the former IS officer Mr. O. P. Chaudhary. Now, OPS Chaudhary, who has joined the BJP in the presence of Amit Shah and Raman Singh, has become the leader of the IAS officer in the political discussion. It is known that while proving the truth of some facts, the former IAS Opp Chaudhary, who has resigned from the post of Collector some time ago, has joined the BJP. He subscribed to the presence of party president Amit Shah in the BJP headquarters in Delhi on Tuesday.

In a few days, O.P. Chaudhary had earlier tweeted the information about resigning from the post of a collector. After this, he also told the reason behind leaving the collector’s job and issuing the video. O .P. Chaudhary gave a lengthy statement in favor of the Bharatiya Janata Party and said that this is the only party that can secure the future of the country.

Prior to this, Mr. OP Chaudhary, who was considered as a sharp-edged IS officer, sent his resignation to the Department of Personnel and Training on August 25. Since then, speculation was on his joining BJP. These speculations broke on Tuesday, when Chaudhary reached Delhi and joined the party in the presence of BJP President Amit Shah and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh. 2005 batch IAS officer OP Chaudhary has been in the limelight even before his work.

Naxal-affected Dantewada district has had a lot of discussion for the revolutionary change brought about in the field of education. OP Chaudhary has also been awarded the Prime Minister’s Award in the year 2011-12 for doing better work in Naxal affected areas. 

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