Karnataka cop, whose Facebook post went viral, won't take back resignation

Jun 09, 2016, 13:52 IST | mid-day online correspondent

Anupama Shenoy, who had recently resigned as the Deputy Superintendent of Police, Kudligi Sub-division in Ballari district, in protest against Karnataka Labour Minister Parameshwar Naik's alleged interference in her work, is in no mood to take back resignation, as per media reports.

Post her resignation, Karnataka DSP, Shenoy creates a stir with her Facebook messages. Shenoy resigned as DSP on June 4, and has since been constantly taking on Labour Minister Parameshwar Naik.

Anupama Shenoy. Pic/Facebook

One of her Facebook posts read, "I have resigned already, Parameshwara Naik, when will you?"

In another post, she threatened to release a CD that should be viewed ‘only in midnight’ if Naik fails to resign.

The post read: “CD beku?... Audio beku?... ” (Do you want CD or audio tape?) using hashtags #ParameshiPremaPrasangaBhaga1 and #WashingPowderNirmaPart2.

Shenoy's resignation saga has now snowballed into a major political controversy, and she is set to meet the Superintendent of Police of Ballari in connection with the same.

A page named ‘DYSP Anupama Shenoy fans’ in support of the cop has also been started on Facebook.

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