The Supreme Court on Monday sought the response of the State of Bihar on a plea challenging the appointment of SK Singhal as Director General of Police (DGP) of the State [Narendra Kumar Dhiraj v. State of Bihar]..A three-judge bench of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana and Justices AS Bopanna and Hima Kohli issued notice to the State on a public interest litigation petition filed by one Narendra Kumar Dhiraj.The plea claimed that the appointment of Singhal as DGP was in complete violation of the 2006 judgment of the Supreme Court in Prakash Singh v. Union of India."The respondent no. 1 (State of Bihar) appointed the respondent no. 3 (Singhal) as Director General of Police in complete violation of the Judgment of Prakash Singh Versus Union of India and Ors....The tenure of Director General of Police i.e. respondent no. 3 was fixed for two year ending in the month of December 2022," the plea said..The petition was filed through Advocate on Record Amrita Kumari.