Prime News, Health, Disease, Medical Oxygen, Mysuru, May 14:- All those who tried to defame us after the oxygen tragedy in Chamarajanagar should apologise to the people of Mysuru, opined Mysuru Deputy Commissioner Rohini Sindhuri here on Friday.
Talking to the media, she said, “The High Court-appointed bench has submitted its report and our name has been cleared. Ever since the incident happened, people are making baseless allegations against us though we did not react at all. It is not my job to offer comments for everything. All those responsible for the incident should apologise to us.”
She said, “All the allegations against us have turned out to be malicious and motivated. The state government has asked for a report and we have submitted it. We know our responsibilities and we are working accordingly. I joined the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) with a motive to serve people. I don’t respond to every other allegation. In the Chamarajanagar incident, people tried to drag our name into the issue for no fault of ours. MLAs and former corporators keep passing comments and it is tough to answer all of them. We are in a tough situation and we need to join hands to fight the pandemic. Today we are observing Basava Jayanti and we need to tread the right path. I pray to Goddess Chamundeshwari to help us overcome this crisis.” (MR/GK)