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ASI suspended for getting massage from lady home guard

| | Hyderabad

An Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) of Armed Reserve Police in Telangana was suspended after it came to light that he had made a lady home guard give him massage. Inspector General Stephan Ravindra issued the orders suspending the ASI Md Hasan on Tuesday after a video of the massage went viral on social media. The incident occurred two days back at Armed Reserve headquarter in Gadwal town of Jogulamba Gadwal district and came to light when video went viral.

Police sources said that the ASI was suffering from back pain and the home guard had massaged him willingly. "Still it was a violation of service rules as you can not make a colleague do any personal service of you", a senior official said.

The 36 second video was also shown on many local TV channels after which the district superintendent of police Vijay Kumar ordered an inquiry. On the basis of the report ASI Hasan was suspended.

This is second such incident to occur this moth. On November 4, another video had come to light in which police inspector of Saroornagar  police station under Rachakonda commissionerate S Lingaiah was seen getting body massage from a male home guard.

Rachakonda commissioner Mahesh Bhagwat had ordered a probe in to the incident.

 
 
 
 
 

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