Odisha Police public issue notice to IPS officer for unauthorized absence


Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Police on Thursday issued a public discover to IPS officer NB Bharathi who has remained absent from responsibility in an unauthorized method since 2017.

The particular director basic of police (human rights safety cell) issued the general public discover by completely different newspapers on Thursday.

The general public discover was issued after the Odisha Police failed to determine any contact with Bharathi by postal correspondence, e-mail and telephone calls.

Bharathi, a 1998-batch Odisha cadre IPS officer, was posted as inspector basic (IG) with Odisha Police’s human rights safety cell (HRPC).

As per the discover, a disciplinary proceedings had been initiated towards Bharathi on November 23, 2017 for her alleged unauthorized absence from responsibility for a number of weeks.

On January 3, 2020, the state authorities entrusted senior IPS officer Vinaytosh Mishra to inquire into the disciplinary proceedings towards him. Although a number of correspondents have been despatched to the Bharathi, she didn’t seem earlier than the inquiry officer to defend herself.

So, lastly, by the general public discover, the IPS officer has been requested to answer inside 15 days.

“If no written statement/ representation is received within the specified date, it would be presumed that she has no reasonable explanation to offer on the findings of the inquiry officer and the proceeding would be disposed off ex-parte,” learn the discover.

If the IPS officer doesn’t reply to this discover additionally, she could also be dismissed from the companies, sources mentioned.

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