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Woman leaves her family to meet sexy IPS officer of Madhya Pradesh

The 27-year-old woman who is a PG student of psychology from Hoshiarpur in Punjab ran away from her home and arrived Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh only to meet the IPS officer Sachin Atulkar. But, the police over there adviced the woman and sent her back home.

Rekha Verman, women police station-in charge said the woman is refusing to leave the spot because she is very adamant to meet Sachin Atulkar who is currently posted in Ujjain as the Superintendent of Police (SP). The 34-year-old IPS officer is a fitness freak and a bachelor.

Sachin Atulkar is a fitness freak and a bachelor (Credits: Twitter Photo)

Fitness is an imperative factor in this modern world and Sachin Atulkar spends 70 minutes in the gym everyday. His photos took the social media by a sensational storm.  During a recent meet of IPS officers in Bhopal, Sachin won several awards in fitness competitions.

“She was trying to meet the SP at his office and at programmes which he attended. She is very adamant. Police finally took her to the department’s One Stop Reform Home,” she said as per PTI inputs.

The woman claimed she had lost her way and landed in Ujjain, but continued to stand firm on meeting the SP. “The woman said she was fascinated by the ripped body and the looks of the SP after seeing his pictures on social media. We have called her parents, but she is not ready to return with them,” Verma said.

According to Rekha Verma, the woman would return home only after meeting Sachin Atulkar. “Police took her to Nagda railway station to put her on a Punjab-bound train, but she threatened to jump off the train. We are trying to persuade her through counsellors. We are fulfilling her food demands, pizza and other things she asks for,” Verma said.

The officer further added that the woman’s parents landed in Ujjain two days ago and were trying to convince her to return. When contacted, Sachin Atulkar said he is ready to meet anyone as part of his official duty. This gives us a little clue that he can’t be forced to be involved to meet anonymous against his wishes.

“When I was SP in Sagar district, I was requested by the parents of a seven-year-old boy who said he would eat only if he got my autograph. I obliged,” he said.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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