Without naming the two officers, they went to No.1, No. Suitable for City 2 and political families
Chandigarh: Retired Inspector General of Police, Amritsar North Kunwar MLA Vijay Pratap has asked his government to replace Special DGP Prabodh Kumar as Punjab Intelligence Chief and Arun Pal Singh as Amritsar Police Commissioner.
In a Facebook post on Saturday, the former IG, who quit his job to join AAP after the Punjab and Haryana High Court trashed his report on the 2015 Behbal Kalan and Kotkapura police firing cases in April 2021, said in a Facebook post on Saturday: High hopes.
“On the demand of the people, I have requested in the appropriate party forum to reconsider the posting of two police officers, No. 1 and No. 2 in the city, as it is in favor of large political families. These two officers are responsible for the denial of justice in the cases of Barangari, Behabal Kalan and Kotkapura, ”the Opposition MLA said without naming the two officers. He claimed he was third in the sitcom.
While Prabodh was the head of the SIT set up by the then Amarinder government to investigate the police firing on Sikh protesters in Behabal Kalan and Kotkapura, Arun Paul was number two in the SIT where Kunwar and former Jalandhar Rural SSP Satinder Singh and PPS officer Bhupinder were. Singh other members.
The former IG then deleted his post. However, there is a screenshot of his post on HT. No matter how many times he tried, he could not contact the Opposition MLA.
National Security: Better coordination is needed between the state police, central agencies and the SAS Punjab government
Ferozepur: With a focus on national security, especially in the six border districts of the state, Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit on Saturday stressed the need for better coordination between the state police and central security agencies. The governor said he would launch the “Agneepath” scheme to channelize the youth force from the border areas, which would include training for four to six years in the army as well.
Lalit Goyal of IREO has been granted regular bail in a money laundering case
The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Friday granted regular bail to realty giant IREO Group vice-chairman and managing director Lalit Goyal, who was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate last November in connection with the ‘multi-crore real estate scam’. During his nearly three months in custody, Goyal was repeatedly advised for medical care, the court said. He was granted interim bail on February 24.
Stop Brain Drain from Punjab: Mann
Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Saturday said the government was committed to stop the brain drain in Punjab by creating new jobs. Addressing students at the first graduation ceremony of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University in Bathinda, the CM said that this year 2.75 lakh Punjabi youth could go abroad to pursue their dreams. A total of 103 students, including 69 women, were awarded degrees on the occasion.
One false complaint is sufficient for marital cruelty: HC
The Punjab and Haryana High Court held that just one complaint or criminal prosecution was found to be baseless and erroneous, leading to harassment and violence and sufficient to establish marital cruelty. The couple has been living separately since 2002 after four years of marriage. They also had a child in 1999.
The country needs a strong alumni support system: Khattar
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday attended a meeting of Maharshi Dayanand University alumni and urged alumni to contribute to the development of the university by providing money, technology and assistance to students in India and abroad. Speaking to MDU alumni, Khattar said the world’s leading universities, including Stanford University, Harvard University, Columbia University and Duke University, have a robust alumni support system and need to be established in the same country.