Ground Report | New Delhi: MP IAS Kashmir Files; Amid the controversy surrounding ‘The Kashmir Files’, Madhya Pradesh Medical Education Minister Vishvas Sarang wrote a letter to DoPT demanding action be taken against IAS officer Niyaz Khan for violation of the civil services code for his tweet.
Niyaz Khan, who is currently a deputy secretary at the state Public Works Department (PWD), tweeted last week: “The Kashmir file shows the pain of the Brahmins. They should be allowed to live safely in Kashmir with all honour. The producer must also make a film to show the murders of a large number of Muslims in various states…”
“You have no right. The way you started issuing statements and started a war on Twitter is against the rules of the service,” Sarang said. “He (Khan) is in an administrative position. I should have known his limits. This is against the service rule. I will write a letter against Khan to the Personnel Department,” the minister said. He said that a misconduct case should be filed against the IAS officer and that he should be removed from his post.
In response, The Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri asked Khan for an appointment in Bhopal on March 25. “We can meet and exchange ideas how we can help and how you can help with the royalty of your books and your power as an IAS officer,” Agnihotri tweeted on Sunday.
Earlier on Twitter, official Niyaz Khan, MP Public Works Department Deputy Secretary, said: “The Kashmir file shows the pain of the Brahmins. They should be allowed to live safely in Kashmir with all honour. The producer should also do a film to show the murder of a large number of Muslims in various states. Muslims are not insects but human beings and citizens of the country.”
The 50-year-old officer also said that he planned to write a book to show the “massacre of Muslims” so that someone could produce a film like ‘The Kashmir Files’ to bring out the “pain and suffering of minorities”. before the Indians.
Khan also called on the film producer to transfer all profits to the education of Brahmin children and the construction of homes for them in Kashmir. “The income of Kashmir Files reached Rs 150 crores. Great. People have respected the sentiments of the Kashmiri Brahmins very much. I would respect the film producer if he transfers all the profits to the education of Brahmin children and the construction of homes.” for them in Kashmir. It will be a great charity,” he had tweeted.