New Delhi: A 2009 DANIPS (Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Police Service) cadre officer from the Delhi Police Armed Police Unit was suspended over allegations of falsifying documents during the review of the Commission of Union Civil Service (UPSC).
A June 10 order issued by the National Capital Territory government’s Department of the Interior says the plaintiff in the case alleged that the officer – a deputy police commissioner – used the credentials and date of birth of documents belonging to another person with the same Name.
“Under which he became eligible to appear in UPSC and was given age relaxations. arrangement.
A copy of the order was forwarded to the Delhi Commissioner of Police, DCP, Special Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor and Vigilance Service.
ThePrint has contacted Delhi Police PRO for a comment on the matter, the story will be updated once a response is received.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had filed a complaint against the DCP in 2020 when he was assigned as an additional DCP for the Eastern District of Delhi, under Sections 419 (cheating by impersonation), 420 (cheating and dishonest inducement to deliver property), 467 (Tampering with Securities, Will) and 468 (Tampering for the Purpose of Cheating) of the Indian Penal Code.
The federal agency had also searched the premises of the DCP. The officer has now been suspended with immediate effect and told to report to NCT headquarters.
The officer was ordered not to leave the headquarters without obtaining prior permission from the appropriate authority, the order notes. “…for the duration of his suspension, he would be entitled to subsistence allowance in an amount equal to the leave pay he would have received had he been on leave at half average pay…. Subject to the provision of a certificate that he has not been employed in any business, profession or vocation for profit/remuneration/salary,” he adds.
(Editing by Tony Rai)
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