Haryana

HOME MINISTER ON ACTION MODE: SEVEN POLICE PERSONNELS INCLUDING PANIPAT CIA 2 INSPECTOR SUSPENDED

February 22, 2022 08:30 PM

PANIPAT RESIDENT HIRALAL ALONG WITH HIS SON  URGES HOME MINISTER ANIL VIJ FOR TAKING ACTION, THE CASE WAS REGISTERED ON COURT ORDERS.

  Chandigarh/Ambala (Face2News)

Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij today ordered the suspension of sevenpolice personnelS, including a Panipat CIA-II inspector named in a criminal case, during a public hearing.

He called the SP Panipat and ordered to immediately suspend these police personnel and submit a report. Also, a complaint has been sent to the state DGP for investigation in the kidnapping case.

He also directed to form a team led by DSP and 2 Inspectors to arrest the named accused.

In fact, Hiralal, a resident of Panipat, had lodged a complaint with Home Minister Vij about the kidnapping of his son.

This order was given by Mr. Vij while resolving the problems of the people in Ambala today

Hira Lal Ahuja (55), resident of Panipat Snoli Road, lodged a complaint with Home Minister Anil Vij, saying that a criminal case was registered against Panipat CIA-II on December 25 on a court order under kidnapping and other sections. Hiralal alleged that in the case registered two months ago, the police did not take any action but threatened him. Anil Vij immediately heard the matter and spoke to the Panipat SP, after which he ordered the suspension of others, including the nominated  Panipat CIA-2 Inspector Virender, Jaibir Rana, SI Subhash, ASI Sumit, police personnel Rajesh, Rajiv Kumar and three others  named in the case.

During meeting Rakesh Kumar, a resident of Shahbad, appeared before Home Minister Anil Vij and complained that Rs 4 lakh had been defrauded and threatened by the police staff in Naraingarh in the name of hiring him. Home Minister Anil Vij directed SP Ambala to arrest the accused and take action against them.

 
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