Assam: Nagaon SP Anand Mishra transferred over comments on Inquiry Committee report
In a big development, Nagaon SP Anand Mishra was transferred to Assam Police Headquarters in the interest of public service on Wednesday. In a notification issued by the home department,
In a big development, Nagaon SP Anand Mishra was transferred to Assam Police Headquarters in the interest of public service on Wednesday. In a notification issued by the home department, it stated that Nagaon SP Anand Mishra has been transferred and attached to Assam Police HQ Ulubari until further orders.
According to the notification, Dhruba Bora, ASP, Nagaon (HQ), has been given the temporary charge of SP of the district to look after the current duties until further order.
The development came hours after SP Mishra addressed a press conference in Nagaon, alleging that former students’ leader Kirti Kamal Bora, who was injured in police firing, was found with a drug smuggler.
Based on the recommendations of the one-man inquiry commission probing the incident of police firing on former student leader Bora, the state Home Department on Tuesday directed the DGP to immediately suspend a sub-inspector.
The government also directed the DGP to transfer all members of the Anti-Narcotic Squad, Nagaon, other than SP, out of Nagaon District immediately.
The Assam government on January 23 constituted a one-man-inquiry commission under Addl Secretary Paban Kumar Borthakur to probe the incident of firing by police personnel of the Anti Narcotic Squad at Kacholukhowa Tiniali in Nagaon on January 22.
Kirti Kamal Bora, a former general secretary of the students’ union at Nagaon College, was injured in the police firing. Hailing the efforts of SP Mishra in curbing the drug trade in Nagaon, the locals maintained that a thorough probe should be held in the case involving former student leader Kirti Kamal Bora. They further stated that anyone guilty should be booked under the law.
First Published: 10th February, 2022 13:51 IST
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