Ex-IAS officer Sasikanth Senthil, who stop companies over CAA, to hitch Congress

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Ex-IAS officer Sasikanth Senthil

Former IAS officer S Sasikanth Senthil, who had resigned from service final 12 months alleging that democracy was being “compromised,” on Sunday introduced his determination to hitch the Congress celebration. The 2009 Karnataka-cadre officer had stop the IAS final 12 months and has since participated in lots of protests in opposition to the federal government, together with the anti-NRC/CAA agitations.

He was the Deputy Commissioner of Dakshina Kannada district when he resigned in September 2019.

He recalled he had stated whereas leaving service that “basic constructing blocks of our numerous democracy are being compromised in an unprecedented method.”

In an announcement uploaded on his official Twitter deal with, Senthil stated the “Congress celebration is conscious of the challenges that the 21st century poses for India and the world and is prepared to search out options alongside the folks of the nation.”

“Within the coming days, I sit up for constructing this organisation by travelling to corners of the nation to unfold the message of our Structure and understanding our folks and pondering on methods to make their lives higher,” he stated.

He stated the Congress celebration as a motion has been according to the founding ideologies of the Structure and that the “present management understands the spirit of this ideological combat and recognises that India needs to be for all.”

The previous bureaucrat stated Tamil Nadu “is the ultimate frontier” for divisive forces, including Tamil folks at all times believed in “social fairness”.

“I’ll stand with them till my final breath to guard these core values of Tamil Nadu. I’ve remained an activist at coronary heart and can proceed to take action inside the Congress celebration additionally,” he added.

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