08 May 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Compulsory retirement

Compulsory retirement

Senior Rajasthan cadre IPS officer Indu Kumar Bhushan, who was awaiting posting orders, has been compulsorily retired by the government “in public interest”. Sources say that the proposal concerning the cop’s retirement was reportedly forwarded to the Ministry of Home Affairs last November and has been accepted by the Centre. The 1989-batch IPS officer who has the rank of Additional Director General has had a controversial career. He was kept under awaiting posting order (APO) five times for various reasons. In September 2016, he was sent to Jaipur from the National Police Academy, Hyderabad for allegedly questioning the knowledge of Telangana Governor ESL Narasimhan during a mid-career training programme. Last year, he levelled corruption charges against the top brass of the state police. He also allegedly abused and thrashed his driver and gunman in 2013. The state government clearly decided to pull the plug on the cop who crossed the line one time too many.

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