Bihar Unable to enforce liquor law 41 police officers shunted out

first_imgBy Express News Service |Patna | Updated: July 9, 2019 2:32:14 am Bihar flood toll rises to 67; over 48 lakh affected Bihar police seek details on Sangh Parivar, angry BJP calls it spying Related News Advertising Bihar liquor ban, Bihar police, Alcohol ban, Liquor prohibition in bihar, Nitish Kumar, bihar IMFL, liquor seizure, liquor seized, Bihar Government, Bihar news, indian express news Among the officers transferred are 12 inspectors, 24 sub-inspectors and five assistant sub-inspectors.The Bihar government on Monday transferred 41 police officers, including inspectors, sub-inspectors and assistant sub-inspectors, to the district reserve forces, reportedly for their inability to enforce liquor prohibition in their jurisdictions. These officers, posted across 15 districts, will not get field postings for 10 years on grounds of dereliction of duty. Flash flood, govt prepared: Nitish Kumar in Bihar Assembly Among the officers transferred are 12 inspectors, 24 sub-inspectors and five assistant sub-inspectors. While seven officers were shifted out of Patna, six were transferred from police stations of Samastipur. In Rohtas and Katihar, five officers each were transferred.Bihar Inspector General of Police (Prohibition) Ratna Sanjay has clearly instructed all superintendents of police to monitor compliance of the Bihar Prohibition and Excise Act, 2016.DGP Gupteshwar Pandey said, “Police officers in-charge of all 1,060 police stations had been asked to give written undertakings owning up responsibility for any non-compliance of the liquor law.” Post Comment(s)last_img

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