Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Anurag Tiwari’s family was preparing for a puja to mark his birthday today when a phone call at 8 am abruptly ended the festivities. The 36-year-old officer’s body was found on the roadside in Lucknow, in what the police are treating as a “suspicious death”.
In the morning, Uttar Pradesh’s capital Lucknow got a sensation spreading the body of IAS officer Anurag Tiwari. 2007 batch IAS Anurag Tiwari was a resident of Bahraich. He was the Karnataka cadre officer.
Today was the birthday of the young IAS officer. But preparing for the pooja in the house suddenly changed into a weaker environment. People from the area were surprised by the bodies found on the road side of Lucknow.
Shocked at the sad and untimely demise of our colleague Anurag Tiwari, IAS 2007 KN in Lucknow. May the departed soul rest in Peace.
— IAS Association (@IASassociation) May 17, 2017
Here is what He Tweeted:
यूपी में आईएएस अफ़सर अनुराग तिवारी का शव मिला, कुछ दिन पहले आईपीएस के पिता की भी हत्या हुई थी…ख़ैरियत है गायों की रक्षा सरकार कर रही है।
— Jitu Patwari (@jitupatwari) May 17, 2017
Congress national secretary Jitu Patwari has questioned the killing of the IAS officer and the killing of IPS father a few days ago.
He said that, in the UP, the body of IAS officer Anurag Tiwari was found, the father of the IPS had also been murdered a few days ago … It is a cure that the government is protecting the cows.
IAS officer of Karnataka cadre, Anurag Tiwari found dead near Hazratganj's Meerabai Guest House.(ANI)
— APN NEWS (@apnnewsindia) May 17, 2017
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah expressed his shock at the “unfortunate demise” of the officer. He also deputed a senior officer to Lucknow to monitor the situation. “In constant touch with UP Govt,” tweeted the handle of the Karnataka CM. The IAS Association also said it was, “shocked at the sad and untimely demise of our colleague Anurag Tiwari, IAS 2007 KN in Lucknow”.
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Source : TOI