Gypsy stolen from DySP’s house; alert sounded -
Gypsy stolen from DySP’s house; alert sounded
Posted 11 May 2019 12:48 PM

Alert was sounded crosswise over Jammu and furthermore in the neighboring Punjab on Friday, after an official rover of Home Guards, Civil Defense and SDRF, a wing of Jammu and Kashmir Police, was stolen from the place of a senior woman cop in Nanak Nagar region.

Not long after the episode, the workplace of the DIG of Police, HG/CD and SDRF likewise flowed an official gift expressing that the departmental vehicle (JK02T-6373-Gypsy Softop) by and by assigned to Deputy Controller, Civil Defense, Samba, which was left outside the living arrangement of DySP Tajinder Kour, Nanak Nagar Jammu, has been stolen on the mediating night of May 9 and 10.

"The men have been advised to stay alarm and coordinated to stay additional cautious and furthermore all the Nakas with the goal that the vehicle could be followed out at the most punctual," said the present.

In the mean time police groups are on occupation to follow the official wanderer.

Nonetheless, eyebrows have been raised over the working of the Police Department with inquiries that why official vehicle was utilized by the officer for private travel to her home?

"In the event that the official vehicles of the Police Department are not protected, at that point how a typical man can leave his vehicle outside his home in the territory," mourned local people.

Sources asserted that official vehicles are continually being utilized by the officers for individual ventures separated from departmental undertaking of which they are not approved to.

"Such practices are misfortune to the State exchequer as well as bring up issues about the validity of the division and its working," they said and included that police vagabonds can regularly be seen left outside authorities living arrangements, shipping their relatives and relatives while irregular leaving of police vehicles particularly the rovers and diplomat autos, can be seen outside numerous schools, which are progressively involved in picking and dropping their youngsters than staying with the assigned cops.

Sources said that shockingly many police tramps likewise don't have number plates and in such conditions, where it very well may be abused, no one knows.

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