Today we are going to tell you about a female officer who lost her father at the age of 6 months. Then, to punish his murderers, she revisited the law with her mother and today became an Indian Administrative Service officer. Kinjal Singh was born on 5 January 1982 in Ballia, UP. her father KP Singh was deputy SP in UP police.
Success Story of IAS Officer Kinjal Singh
Kinjal Singh’s father KP Singh was a very tough and fiery police officer. On hearing her name, the condition of the biggest criminals used to get worse. Kinjal was only 6 months old when her father was murdered. This one incident changed her entire life. The matter dates back to 12 March 1982, when her father KP Singh was posted in Gonda district. she was reported to be hiding some criminals in a village. KP Singh laid siege to the village with a police force. Bullets fired from both sides.
Kinjal’s father DSP KP Singh was also injured in Golebari. It is said that her subordinates had a bond with the criminals. Taking advantage of this, the policemen who were with him shot him. she died after being taken to the hospital. Later, it was alleged that DSP KP Singh was murdered not by the criminals shot but by her subordinates. The case was transferred to CBI. Kinjal’s mother Vibha Singh was pregnant at the time of her father’s death.
Kinjal’s mother struggled to get justice for her husband
She gave birth to another daughter named Nama Pranjal 6 months later. After this, after the death of DSP KP Singh, the government gave her wife Vibha Singh a job in the Treasury Office of Varanasi. Kinjal’s mother Vibha Singh was also a very courageous woman like her husband. She was determined to punish her husband’s killers for their actions. She used to travel from Ballia to CBI Court Delhi with her daughter Kinjal and Pranjal in her lap. When her mother used to tell people that she would make her two daughters an IAS officer, people used to laugh at them.
Both sisters stood in the fight for justice of father with mother
A large part of the mother’s salary went into the fees and expenses of the lawsuit, which had become the motive of her life. After this, both the Kinjal and Pranjal sisters grew up gradually. After completing her initial studies, Kinjal enrolled at Shri Ram College in Delhi. Kinjal was there in the first semester of graduation only when it came to know that her mother had a fatal disease like cancer, but along with her mother fighting the disease, she was also fighting for the future of daughters and punishing the murderers of the husband. Were.
The mother broke in the year 2014, but the dream was to give justice to her husband
Union Public Service Commission Kinjal made a promise to her mother when she saw that her mother’s health was deteriorating rapidly. she said that both her daughters will fulfill their dream by becoming administrative officers. Kinjal’s words comforted her mother, but she succumbed to the disease in 2004. Now, her younger sister Pranjal was also responsible for Kinjal, but like a mother and father, the courageous Kinjal did not lose courage and continued in her efforts. Kinjal Singh was selected as UPSC IAS officer in the second attempt in the year 2008.
Justice was awarded to father to become an IAS officer in the year 2013
Indian Administrative Service Not only this, her younger sister Pranjal was also selected for the IRS in the same year. Both sisters fulfilled their parents’ dreams. Now both sisters want to punish the deaths of their father. Let me tell you that Kinjal Singh fought the case of the murder of father firmly in CBI court and she won it. On 5 June 2013, the Lucknow CBI Special Court sentenced 18 policemen to death in the murder of DSP KP Singh. At that time, Kinjal Singh was the DM of Bahraich.