Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana has requested the vigilance department to conduct a fact-finding enquiry after a criticism was filed towards a joint commissioner of police (JCP), alleging that he harassed his subordinates and demanded cash from them.
The criticism was despatched to House Minister Amit Shah in August, following which the police chief’s workplace directed the vigilance department to conduct an enquiry.
Within the letter to Shah, an SHO complained in regards to the JCP and an individual who allegedly took cash on his behalf. “With none motive, he (JCP) issued show-cause notices to the SHOs and requested for a proof… He harasses us day and night time. (He) threatens us that he received’t allow us to work,” reads the letter.
It has been alleged that the JCP works with a ‘personal man’, who he launched to his subordinates. This particular person makes calls to SHOs and allegedly forces them to extort or take bribes from residents, after which give him cash each month.
“SHOs are petrified of the Joint CP and must observe his illegitimate orders,” reads the letter.
Based on the letter, an analogous criticism was filed towards the officer up to now too however no enquiry was carried out. “The JCP’s private officer additionally made calls to the SHOs demanding cash after mounting strain on them,” reads the letter.
Asthana had not too long ago transferred one other JCP after he obtained complaints towards him.