On Thursday, A senior CISF commandant was arrested in Delhi for allegedly planting 550 grams of charas inside a car owned by husband of a Lady IAS officer. The lady IAS officer is currently posted in Rajasthan and Her husband currently works as a consultant with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY).
Senior CISF commandant Ranjan Pratap Singh (45) posted as a Director in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)’s Bureau of Security, tried to frame husband of a lady IAS officer because of his one-sided love with that lady IAS officer.
According to Delhi Police, CISF commandant Ranjan Pratap Singh met with IAS officer during the preparation for IAS examination 20 years ago and in year 2000, both had attended a four-month foundation course at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) in Uttarakhand. CISF commandant Ranjan Pratap Singh fell in love with IAS officer but Lady IAS officer got married to another man. He was not happy because of her marriage with another man.
CISF commandant Ranjan Pratap Singh was in touch with lady IAS officer but recently Lady IAS officer scolded him for making repeated calls to her. After this He decided to take revenge from the IAS officer and planted 550 grams of charas inside a car of her husband.
Police investigation has revealed that CISF had received information about suspicious in a car near Electronic Niketan at CGO Complex in Delhi. After that, the car was searched and 550 grams of charas was found in it.
The owner of the car was identified as the husband of a senior IAS officer from Rajasthan who works as a consultant in the office of the Ministry of External Affairs.
The police seized the car and detained husband of IAS officer sitting in the car and started questioning him. Police came to know that his wife is an IAS officer in Rajasthan. In the initial investigation, He told the police that he did not know about Charas in his car. He suspected that there might be a conspiracy to trap him.
The police registered a case against him but the plan went wrong when the IAS officer’s husband was questioned and claimed the drugs were planted. Based on the CCTV footage, it was seen that 2 people were coming from a car with curtains and keeping something in that car. Later it was found that this work was done by an officer of CISF.
CISF commandant Ranjan Pratap Singh, along with a lawyer-friend, Neeraj Chauhan (40) bought the charas from Aligarh and planted it in the IAS officer’s husband’s car and then they used the mobile of fruit vendor to report about a suspicious car to the CISF.
It was revealed in the investigation that both had brought charas from Aligarh. The police arrested both and presented them in court.