Cuttack: Three policemen have been given compulsory retirement for their doubtful integrity in the State.
The development came in the wake of the State Government’s ‘Mo Sarkar’ (My Government) launch in police stations where Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and other senior officers (Team Mo Sarkar) will receive direct feedback from complainants about police response and conduct.
Sub-Inspector Banamali Nayak, ASIs Birabar Lenka and Kishore Kumar Bag have been compulsorily retired by the Superintendent of Police (SP) for their doubtful integrity in exercise of powers under Rule 71 of Odisha Service Code, informed Director General of Police (DGP) BK Sharma.
This is in pursuance of 5-T policy of the Government, he added.
Sharma took to the twitter and said, “SI Banamali Nayak; ASI Birabar Lenka; ASI Kishore Ku Bag; were compulsorily retired from service by the Superintendents of Police, for their doubtful integrity in exercise of powers under Rule 71 of Odisha Service Code. This is in pursuance of 5-T policy of the Government.”