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Assam: Police officer dismissed in minor’s sexual assault-death case

Guwahati, April 6: An Assam Police Service (APS) officer has been dismissed from service and disqualified for future employment in a case related to the sexual assault and murder of a girl in Darrang district, of which he was the superintendent of police at the time of the incident, DGP GP Singh said on Saturday. ''In pursuance of policy of zero tolerance towards malpractices in @assampolice, Sri Raj Mohan Ray APS, the then Superintendent of Police Darrang, has been awarded penalty of dismissal from service, which shall ordinarily be disqualification...
North East

Police officer shot dead by militants in Manipur’s Moreh

Imphal, October 31: A sub-divisional police officer was killed on Tuesday after being shot at by suspected tribal militants at Moreh in Manipur's Tengnoupal district, police said. Moreh SDPO Chingtham Anand received a bullet injury after the group of insurgents fired on policemen when they were inspecting the newly constructed helipad at Eastern ground in the border town dominated by Kuki-Zo community people, a senior officer said. The SDPO was taken to a primary health centre in Moreh where he succumbed to his injury, the police officer said. An operation...
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Meghalaya govt freezes bank accounts of arrested police officer

Shillong, December 8: The Meghalaya government has frozen the bank accounts of a senior police officer who was arrested for his alleged embezzlement of public money sanctioned for the construction of a police facility here, an official said on Thursday. “The bank accounts of G K Langrai have been frozen and a prayer has been made under Section 105 of the Criminal Procedure Code before the relevant Sessions Judge. It is hoped that appropriate disciplinary proceedings would be initiated against the relevant person in due course,” a counsel of the...
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Court convicts police officer for raping 2 minor sisters at police station

Shillong, March 25: A POCSO court here has convicted a police officer for raping two minor sisters at a police station in Meghalaya's South West Garo Hills district in 2013. The accused Nurul Islam was then the officer in-charge of Ampati police station when he committed the crime against the two sisters at the police station. Nurul Islam is found guilty and convicted for committing offences defined and punishable under POCSO Act, 2012 and also IPC act, the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) court said on Thursday. The...