She remained incommunicado since resigning and surfaced on Thursday in Kudligi.

news Friday, June 10, 2016 - 08:32

The Karnataka government today accepted the resignation of a senior woman police officer, reportedly at loggerheads with the Labour Minister, as she stuck to her decision surfacing days after quitting and remaining incommunicado.

"The resignation of Anupama Shenoy, DySP Kudlgi sub-division, Ballari District, has been accepted by the government with immediate effect," a notification issued by the state government said.

She had tendered her resignation on June 4 after accusing Labour Minister P T Parameshwar Naik, also the district in-charge minister, of interfering in her work.

Shenoy, who had remained incommunicado since resigning, surfaced on Thursday in Kudligi.

The police had set up a special team to track her down, whose alleged posts on Facebook levelling accusations against Naik had created a storm in political circles.

Ballari SP yesterday had deputed an officer to go to her hometown Udupi to contact Shenoy and her family.

Earlier, in the day Shenoy had refused to meet Kudligi in-charge DySP R S Patil, who went to her official quarters.

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