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Tripura Govt withholds salaries of 8 police officers over missing case disposal targets

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Agartala, Dec 7: Tripura government has taken a strong step by withholding the salaries of police officers after they failed to dispose-off targeted number of cases allocated to them.

Salaries of eight police officers including five sub-inspectors have been “held up”.


Sepahijala district’s Superintendent of Police, Bogati Jagadeeswar Reddy, in an order, said that the salaries of five sub-inspectors (SIs) and three assistant sub-inspectors (ASIs) have been “held up” as they could not dispose-off targeted number of cases assigned to them during the last three months.

All the eight police officers are currently posted in the Bishalgarh police station.

“Salaries have been kept held for negligence in performing their responsibilities to dispose-off cases,” the official said quoting the SP’s order.

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