FIR registered against IPS officer Amitabh Thakur who alleged threat by Mulayam

Lucknow(Indilens web team): An FIR has been registered against IPS officer Amitabh Thakur, who had earlier filed a complaint against Samajwadi Party (SP) supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav for threatening him.

The complaint, which has been filed in Lucknow’s Gomti Nagar police station, names Thakur as a rape accused. The senior IPS officer had on Saturday alleged that Mulayam had threatened him over the phone, asking him to ‘mend his ways’.

According to the wife of IPS officer Amitabh Thakur, the provocation behind the threat could have been the FIR lodged by her against state Mines minister Gayatri Prajapati. Thakur, who has been assisting his wife and RTI activist Nutan Thakur in raising social issues, released an audio tape on Friday purportedly containing the voice of the SP chief.

“I felt I should take a stand. Therefore, I gave a complaint against SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav,” Thakur, IG Civil Defence said.

“At around 4.45 pm, a phone came from Mulayam Singh’s residence and he talked to me. He told me that whatever had happened in Jasrana, Firozabad, where I had been assaulted by one of his relative and an MLA in 2006, much harsher things will happen to me if I don’t ‘mend my ways’,” Thakur said on Friday.

Senior Superintendent of Police, Lucknow, Rajesh Pandey said the matter will be probed to find out the genuineness of the audio tape released by Thakur.

Nutan, who is an RTI activist, claimed that when her husband went to Hazratganj police station to lodge an FIR, SHO Vijaymal Yadav refused him. But, on the IPS officer’s insistence, he received a copy of the complaint and said the matter will be inquired.

Refuting the allegation, SP leader CP Rai said, “I have not heard the audio but such an allegation appears to be doctored.

He (Mulayam) is such a senior leader. I know him for past 30 years…He can never threaten anyone.”

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