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Das, who is posted at railways superintendent of police at Jamalpur, told The Indian Express from the Dangs: "One can see the very timing of action against me in the old postal securities theft case. I am not getting cowed down by the Bihar government.... I am going to complain to the EC and seek justice."
He, however, said it would not be proper for him to discuss his report from the Dangs to EC in public domain.
Das had also stirred a controversy in 2007 Gujarat Assembly polls as a police observer. He had sent a similar report claiming that "there was fear among the minority because of communal agenda of Modi".
Earlier this year, Das won a major fight with the Bihar government after CAT directed the state government to promote him to the DIG rank. Das had approached the tribunal seeking promotion since all his batchmates were promoted in 2009.
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