Indian Police Association Seeks Judicial Probe as Official Puts 5 Junior Officers Inside Lockup

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Indian Police Association Seeks Judicial Probe as Official Puts 5 Junior Officers Inside Lockup

Indian Police Association Seeks Judicial Probe as Official Puts 5 Junior Officers Inside Lockup

Generally, a police officer who does not perform his duty diligently is either suspended or faces disciplinary action. If any serious allegations leveled… 11.09.2022, Sputnik International

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The Bihar Police Association, a staff union that district units, demanded a judicial on Saturday against the official probe who has allegedly imprisoned five junior police officers in the Indian state of Bihar. The incident has sparked anger within ranks in the state.According to media reports, Superintendent of Police (SP) Gaurav Mangla had imprisoned five junior policemen after he found their work dissatisfactory on 8 September. While he denied the claims, videos of the incident surfaced on social media.In the video, five cops identified the sub-Inspectors Shatrughan Paswan and Ramrekha Singh, as well as three assistants, sub-Inspectors Santosh Paswan, Sanjay Singh and Rameshwar Uraon are seen inside the lockup.When media reached out to Mangla, he denied any such incident and decried it as “fake news”. Meanwhile, Bihar Police Association president Mrityunjay Kumar Singh said that Mangla hadn’t responded to repeated calls.In a statement, the association president said: “We got the information soon after the incident from our Nawada branch and it is being discussed on WhatsApp groups of police as well. Incidents like these are reminiscent of the colonial period. The incident is the first of its kind and could tarnish the image of the Bihar Police personnel. We demand a judicial probe and a thorough investigation of CCTV footage.” judicial probe against the Superintendent of Police, the association said that it is being alleged that he is pressurizing the aggrieved police to hush up the matter and the attempts are being personnel made to tamper the CCTV footage.“A First Information Report (FIR) should be lodged under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and a probe should be initiated at the earliest,” the association stated.

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Generally, a police officer who does not perform his duty diligently is either suspended or faces disciplinary action. If any serious allegations leveled against any police officer are found to be true, then he or she can be discharged from the duty or even removed from the force.

The Bihar Police Association, a staff union that district units, demanded a judicial on Saturday against the official probe who has allegedly imprisoned five junior police officers in the Indian state of Bihar. The incident has sparked anger within ranks in the state.

According to media reports, Superintendent of Police (SP) Gaurav Mangla had imprisoned five junior policemen after he found their work dissatisfactory on 8 September. While he denied the claims, videos of the incident surfaced on social media.

In the video, five cops identified as sub-Inspectors Shatrughan Paswan and Ramrekha Singh, as well as three assistants, sub-Inspectors Santosh Paswan, Sanjay Singh and Rameshwar Uraon are seen inside the lockup.

When media reached out to Mangla, he denied any such incident and decried it as “fake news”. Meanwhile, Bihar Police Association president Mrityunjay Kumar Singh said that Mangla hadn’t responded to repeated calls.

In a statement, the association president said: “We got the information after the incident from our Nawada branch and it is soon being discussed on WhatsApp groups of police personnel as well. Incidents like these are reminiscent of the colonial period. The incident is the first of its kind and could tarnish the image of the Bihar Police. We demand a judicial probe and a thorough investigation of CCTV footage.”

Demanding a judicial probe against the Superintendent of Police, the association said that it is being alleged that he is pressurizing the aggrieved police personnel to hush up the matter and the attempts are being made to tamper the CCTV footage.

“The First Information Report (FIR) should be lodged under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and a probe should be initiated at the earliest,” the association stated.

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