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 Sufi mystic Jalal al-Din Muhammad Rumi once remarked: “Do a good deed and throw it in the river, one day it will come back to you in the desert”. It has come true in the case of Special CS Arvind Kumar in Telangana. Seven years after he had written an exemplary letter to the state government under the previous dispensation questioning the wisdom of its Power Purchase Agreement with the Chhattisgarh government, it has now become the talk of the town and a solid piece of evidence. Six months ago, Arvind was targeted by the new government for his decisions relating to Formula E and ORR, among others. But over the past two weeks, his name has been doing the rounds in official circles because of the letter he wrote in 2017. The Revanth government wants that letter to be highlighted in the media. In fact, requests came in to republish it in the context of the ongoing probe. For newbies, in 2017, senior IAS officer Arvind Kumar was shunted out as secretary of the Industries Department and appointed as Resident Commissioner of Telangana Bhavan for sending the very same letter. Now, bureaucratic circles are discussing if eventually Arvind will make a comeback just like he did in BRS regime. Some say, the chances of his comeback are bleak

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