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Police personnel suspended for creating nuisance in Hyderabad

Two sub-inspectors and two police constables working in Rachakonda commissionerate have been suspended by the commissioner.

Published: 18th February 2017 04:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th February 2017 04:03 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: aTwo sub-inspectors and two police constables working in Rachakonda commissionerate have been suspended by the commissioner on Friday. The two SI’s were earlier involved in a case of attackinganSI of Suryapet district police and creating nuisance.

The sub-inspectors Dharavath Vijay and Thota Mahesh, working in Vanasthalipuram police station were booked in a case at Chivvemala police station, for creating nuisance on the highway and attacking another SI and his team.

On Tuesday evening, SIs V Vijay and Mahesh attended Peddagattu jatara. The area around the jatara is declared as No Liquor Zone. However, the duo stopped at a rice mill on the highway and consumed liquor and created nuisance on the road by troubling motorists.

A case was booked against the duo by the Suryapet police and the superintendent Parimala Hasa Nutan informed the same to Rachakonda commissioner M M Bhagwat. The commissioner on Friday issued suspension orders against the SI duo and asked them to report at the headquarters.

The commissioner also issued suspension orders against two police constables Dharavath Shivaram (PC 3242) and Madyala Ashok (PC 3223) for demanding money from a complainant, to settle the case in Lok Adalat. The two constables demanded `10,000 from the victim to make the other party compromise of the case. “Any officer who indulges in criminal misconduct, corrupt practices and is negligent towards their duty, will have to face action,” said commissioner M M Bhagwat.



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