- Big action on implicating businessman in false case in Neemuch
- Five policemen were dismissed from their jobs
- These people had implicated the businessman by registering a false case under the NDPS Act.
- He was tortured by the policemen by keeping him in a rented room.
Five policemen posted in Neemuch district of MP have been sacked for falsely registering a case against a trader under the NDPS Act (Law related to narcotics). A senior police officer has given information on Saturday. After the case was registered in November last year, a departmental inquiry found these policemen guilty of acting suspiciously, the official said.
Ratlam range DIG Sushant Saxena said the services of five policemen, including a sub-inspector and four constables, were terminated on Friday after a departmental inquiry related to the NDPS Act. He said that these policemen posted at Jawad police station in Neemuch district went to the Baghana police station area without informing their senior officer and took suspicious action against businessman Akshay Goyal. Instead of picking up Goyal and bringing him to the police station, these personnel locked him in a rented house.
Later, when the victim’s family lodged a missing complaint with the Neemuch Cantt police station, these policemen misled the officials concerned, the official order said. Following this, these policemen were suspended and a departmental inquiry was constituted. According to this, in the investigation, these policemen have been found guilty of violating the Madhya Pradesh Police Regulation Act.
According to the order, the policemen who were dismissed from service include ASI Kamlesh Gaur, Constable Satish Kushwaha, Chandan Singh, Kamal Singh and Anandpal Singh. BJP MLA from Mandsaur Yashpal Singh Sisodia said strict action was needed against the policemen.
He said that heartfelt thanks to CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Home Minister Narottam Mishra and Director General of Police of the state for the decision to sack the policemen who hatched a conspiracy to implicate a Neemuch businessman in a false case of opium.