IAS officer ran away from quarantine, suspended


Anupam Mishra, a 2016 batch IAS officer of Kerala cadre, has been suspended from his 14-day home quarantine in Kerala, who arrived at his home in Sultanpur in UP. A case has also been registered. At the same time, the Kerala government has asked for their reply after leaving the state without telling them. At the same time, he is quarantined with the family in Sultanpur. Anupam recently returned from Singapore.

Kollam SP T Narayanan said that on March 19, Mishra, who was kept in the home quarantine, quietly reached his home in Kanpur without informing the state government. After the information about this case came to light, Kerala Police has registered cases against Kollam Deputy District Magistrate Anupam Mishra in different sections. At the same time, late Friday, Chief Minister P. Vijayan suspended him for violation of the guidelines.

On the other hand, the UP police got into action when an IAS officer was in Kanpur. The police remained the Chakaraghinni for several hours. Eventually the surveillance traced the location of the IAS to Sultanpur. After this, the police breathed a sigh of relief. After investigation, the IAS officer and his family members have been quarantined at home.

The health department investigated the entire family, including IAS officer Anupam Mishra, on Friday. After this, the IAS officer and his family members were quarantined at the precautionary house. According to CMO Dr. Chandrabhushan Nath Tripathi, the IAS officer arrived at his residence in Sultanpur on 20 March. At the moment no one has any health related problems.

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