Dehradun Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Nivedita Kukreti has issued notices of Leave Without Pay (LWP) to about 60 to 70 sub-inspectors in the district. Chairing a meeting to review the penalties charged in the first week of June for traffic violations she found the work of the said sub-inspectors not up to the standard.
Regarding the notices SSP Kukreti said, “For two categories, one on the violations marked by Supreme Court and the second is the jumping of street lights, absence of reflectors and use of high beam, we checked the penalties charged by per sub-inspector in the first week of June. Those who did not have good record were issued notices.”
She further added, “For now LWP notices have been issued to about 60-70 sub-inspectors. Some of them have received repeat notices. They will be responding on the notices, upon which we will take further action.”
The district police will be conducting a one-day workshop with the representatives of WhatsApp messenger at police line on June 28. The workshop is for the awareness about the fake news that gets shared on social media platforms like WhatsApp messenger.
Dehradun SSP Nivedita Kukreti said, “Our inspectors, sub-inspectors, special operations group, constables and members of cyber cell will be attending the workshop. We have also asked journalists to attend the workshop.”