Mysuru: IAS officer Rohini Sindhuri, who was staying at the Administrative Training Institute (ATI) Guest House in 2020, has taken 20 items of 12 varieties to the Deputy Commissioner’s residence and ATI officials has written letter to the Deputy Commissioner’s Office to return them.
S. Poovitha, Joint Director of the firm, wrote the letter on November 30. This is the fourth time I have written to the Deputy Commissioner’s Office. The company has also written letters on December 16, 2020, January 8, 2021 and April 21, 2021.
From October 2 to November 14, 2020, Deputy Commissioner Rohini Sindhuri was staying at the guest house of the ATI. The letter mentioned that while shifting the items to the DC’s residence, they carried 2 telephone tables, 2 cloth hangers, 2 cane chairs, 2 telephone stools, 2 teapots, one microwave oven, reception telephone stool, couch, bed, 2 plastic chair, 2 yoga mat, and 2 steel jug from the guest house.
Though the letter was written when Rohini Sindhuri was Deputy Commissioner, there was no response. Now Sindhuri has requested Mysuru DC Dr. Rajendra K. V. to check if there are such items at DC’s residence, then return it.