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Boozy blunder: Assam Police officer loses job after being caught drunk on duty; forgetting Assam government’s no tolerance on alcohol

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Nipendra Kumar, a police officer working under the Assam Police, recently faced the consequences of his actions after being caught drunk while on duty. The incident resulted in him losing his job, highlighting the importance of maintaining professionalism and sobriety in the line of duty.

This incident comes in the wake of Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma’s announcement regarding the retirement of police officers who are “habitual drinkers” and have experienced the detrimental effects of excessive alcohol consumption on their health. Chief Minister Sarma emphasized the need for a fresh recruitment process to fill the vacancies left by these officers.

According to the Chief Minister, approximately 300 officers and jawans within the Assam Police force fall under the category of habitual drinkers. Their prolonged alcohol abuse has taken a toll on their physical well-being. The government has now initiated a voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) to address this issue, allowing these officers to retire voluntarily and make way for new recruits.

The implementation of the VRS is not a novel concept, as it has been a provision in place for some time. However, it is only now that the Assam government has decided to actively implement this rule to combat the issue of alcohol abuse within the police force. By encouraging the retirement of habitual drinkers and replacing them with fresh recruits, the government aims to ensure a more efficient and disciplined police force.

Assam: Policeman accused of harassing and sending obscene text to teenage girl under false job promise in Tezpur; suspended

Assam: Policeman accused of harassing and sending obscene text to teenage girl under false job promise in Tezpur; suspended

In a shocking turn of events, a policeman has come under fire for allegedly harassing a teenage girl by deceitfully offering her a part-time job. The incident, which has stirred outrage, took place in Tezpur. The Policeman has been identified as Lohit Rajbongshi of Tezpur- Armed branch officer.

According to reports, the officer took advantage of the teenager’s summer vacation and approached her with the promise of employment. Seeking to gain her trust, he requested her WhatsApp number and asked for specific documents, including a passport-sized photograph. However, this was the time when the officer’s true intentions became evident. He began to engage in inappropriate behaviour through WhatsApp, sending unnecessary compliments to the girl and, disturbingly, even demanding photographs of her without clothes. He went so far as to force her into taking compromising pictures within the confines of a bathroom.

Distressed and alarmed by the officer’s actions, the young girl confessed to her parents, who swiftly intervened. Outraged by the misconduct their daughter had endured, they confronted the officer, with the support of local residents and the police were thrashed by them. Additionally, an official complaint was filed at the nearest police station, detailing the officer’s alleged harassment. The authorities have launched an investigation into the matter, aiming to hold the officer accountable for his actions.

In relation to this case, Assam DGP GP Singh said, “Reference incident of objectionable text message to a woman by a policeman in Tezpur – Armed Branch Inspector Lohit Rajbongshi has been placed under suspension and a departmental enquiry ordered to be completed in seven working days after which strongest appropriate action shall be taken. No deviant behaviour by a Cop would be brushed under the carpet.”

Following allegations of harassment, the Assam Policeman, Lohit Rajbongshi, from Tezpur- Armed branch, was suspended and subjected to a departmental inquiry. Policemen in Assam are responsible for maintaining law and order, preventing crimes, conducting investigations, ensuring public safety, and upholding the rule of law to protect citizens and maintain peace in the state.

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