Two Manipur cops suspended on corruption, negligence on duty

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Imphal: Two Manipur police personnel, one sub-inspector and one rifleman have been suspended on corruption and negligence on duty.

In an order issued and signed by superintendent of police, Imphal West, Ksh. Shivakanta Singh on Thursday mentioned that departmental proceeding is being contemplated against sub-inspector D Lalpi Vaiphei of Imphal West district for his grave misconduct and dereliction of duty.

It said under Rule 66 of Assam Police Manual Part-II, Lalpi is under suspension with immediate effect.

During the period of suspension, his headquarter will be at Reserve Lines, Imphal West district and he will not leave his headquarters without prior permission from the district superintendent of police. He will get subsistence allowance as admissible under rules during the period under which he is placed under suspension, it added.

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In another order signed and issued by commandant, 7th Battalion Manipur Rifles, Khabeisoi on Friday mentioned that a departmental enquiry is contemplated against rifleman number 072006094, Akoijam Ibomcha of C/Coy 7MR presently posted/ attached with Police Headquarters, reception section, Imphal for his serious misconduct and dereliction of duty.

Under Rules 66 of Assam Police Manual Part-III Iboomcha is under suspension with immediate effect, the order said.

During the period of suspension, Ibomcha shall be at the battalion headquarter, Khabersoi which he will not leave without prior permission from the commandant of 7th Manipur Rifles. He will get subsistence allowances only as admissible under rules during the period of his suspension until further order, it added.

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Chief minister N. Biren Singh on his facebook page posted the copy of the two suspension orders with a caption “Two police personnel were suspended on corruption charges and negligence on duty. One is related to the arrest of more than 60 duplicate sim cards, and one is related to taking bribes in police transfers.”

At the 31st Manipur Police Raising day celebration, Biren had expressed that the government will not tolerate against any government employees including police personnel who is involved in any sort of corruption and take necessary action against them.

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