Parkash Singh committee, headed by former retired IPS officer and former DGP of Uttar Pradesh Parkash Singh, Friday submitted its report on Jat Quota agitation to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.
Haryana government has constituted the committee to inquire into the omission and commission on part of all officers and officials of police and civil administration during Jat Quota agitation.
After receiving the report, Chief Minister said that government would examine the report and would take appropriate action accordingly.
Received report on role of officials during agitation by former DGP UP & Assam Sh. Parkash Singh at Chandigarh today pic.twitter.com/kT40JRiHGI
— Manohar Lal (@mlkhattar) May 13, 2016
The panel submitted its report in two volumes which run into about 450 pages. There is a mention of about 90 officers who have been found guilty.
Mr. Prakash Singh told local media in Chandigarh that officers who were derelict in performing the duty or showed soft corner for the agitators have been identified and their names have been mentioned in the report. Singh said that the panel also reported the names of those officers who acted responsibly during the Jat quota agitation.
Mr Singh said the committee visited 8 affected districts of the state, inspected the crime scene, gave patient hearing to the aggrieved and listened those who wanted to appear before the committee. He said that some people even handed over video footage of the incident of arson to the committee.