Rajbhar learns a lesson
Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party chief Om Prakash Rajbhar might have realised his party’s political standing in UP, especially in the eastern region, after the civic polls. Rajbhar had decided to go it alone in the urban local body polls. His party had entered the mayoral fray against the BJP but its candidate bit the dust. Rajbhar may have realised his party cannot get far without ally BJP.
To boost the morale of police personnel in strife-torn areas, the Chhattisgarh government has promoted 91 cops out of turn, including 15 sub-inspectors and six assistant sub-inspectors, for their courage and outstanding work. As many as 16 head constables were promoted to assistant sub-inspector rank and 54 constables to head constables. Senior police officers in Bastar said the promotions would encourage other policemen to work harder.
Captain’s MLAs crib
Congress MLAs are finding it increasingly difficult to meet Punjab CM, Capt Amarinder Singh. To start with, they have to request his OSDs for an appointment with Singh. Once that is granted, they have to wait for hours to meet him. Many legislators are unhappy as they are elected public representatives, while OSDs appointed by the CM are wield power over them.
Babbling about IPS rank
A Punjab Police Service officer, who has yet to be promoted to IPS, has been babbling to the people that he has been already awarded the rank. The fact is that his file has just been moved by the state government along with those of other officers and the promotion will take some time coming. He might just land in hot water because senior IPS officers have got whiff of his doings.