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December 14, 2004

Y P Singh has put in his papers after nearly 20 years in the Indian Police Service citing corruption in the force and lack of encouragement from higher-ups.

After learning of Singh's decision, director general of police (retired) S S Puri, said: "It's a sad day for the IPS and the Maharashtra police when upright officers feel coerced to leave public service before completing their tenure."

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Sub: Fantastic job

Singh, U have started a mission ,which may end in sad story.But it a good start from the right place.Definitely a day will come ,on ...


Posted by Dinesh





Sub: personal

would like to talk/meet you personally. kindly give your contact number


Posted by amar





Sub: Dare to be win!

Dear Singh, Appreciate your effort & courage for putting this things infront of the public. But public is already aware with this all crap. The ...


Posted by Nilesh





Sub: let us keep doing our bit-to root out corruption

Dear Mr.YP Singh I appreciate your courage of conviction and hope that you will continue with the same spirit,it reminds me of a quote: "when ...


Posted by Aridaman





Sub: Advice to Mr YP Singh

Dear Shri Singh, Do not leave the Police force. Commonman look up to officers like you as change agents. You represent hope in the dark ...


Posted by amit




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