In a DDR report filed by Inspector Davinder Sharma at Dhaba Police Station in Ludhiana, ACP Rajesh Kumar was quoted as saying that he had acted inappropriately on the phone.
In a huge embarrassment to the Ludhiana police, the Station Dairy Register (DDR) report against a senior officer of the Station House Officer (SHO) goes before and after leaving the police station.
DDR entry is done when any complaint is lodged and the police enter details in their records. If the police believe that there is some preliminary evidence of a known crime, it can be turned into an FIR.
In a complaint filed by Inspector Davinder Sharma at the Daba Police Station, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Rajesh Kumar alleged that he had been abusing and misbehaving on the phone.
The SHO said the ACP’s words to any officer wearing a police uniform were “unacceptable” and sought justice in the matter. Admission was filed on May 23, though the matter came out on Friday after Police Commissioner Kautubh Sharma transferred Sub-Inspector Amarinder Singh to SHO as a SHO.
This is the subject of a May 19 robbery at a home on Daba-Lohara Road. Area police reportedly arrested the suspect on May 23, but failed to notify senior officers. Then the ACP deliberately rebuked the SHO. Inspector Devinder Sharma’s absence was highlighted when police held a press conference on the arrest on May 24.
The police commissioner said that the SHO’s discipline from the police station was not tolerated. He has handed over the entire issue to Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police BS Randhawa. The SHO’s mobile phone was switched off and ACP Rajesh Kumar repeatedly phoned but did not respond.
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