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IK DK Thakur of 994 batch has been the captain of Lucknow from 2010 to 12. He has taken charge at midnight.
- The government transferred four senior IPS officers of the state on Tuesday midnight
- Lucknow commissioner Sujit Pandey has been made ADG of Sitapur ATC.
Yogi Sarkar took action midnight on Tuesday in the capital Lucknow and Firozabad on deaths caused by drinking poisonous liquor. In Lucknow, where action was taken on the Commissioner of Police and Excise Inspector, in Firozabad, the Excise Officer has been removed. Excise officers of both the districts are attached to the Excise Commissioner Prayagraj Headquarters. Let me tell you that 6 people died in Lucknow 5 days ago, while in Firozabad, on Monday night, uncle and nephew died.
Who moved in Lucknow, who came?
Yogi Sarkar has appointed ATS ADG DK Thakur as the new Police Commissioner of Lucknow. DK Thakur has taken charge of the Police Commissioner late at night. DK Thakur, a 1994 batch IPS, was the captain of Lucknow from 2010 to 12. At the same time, Lucknow commissioner Sujit Pandey has been made ADG of Sitapur ATC. At the same time GK Goswami, a 1977 batch IPS officer waiting for a long time on deputation to CBI, has been posted as the new IG of ATS and on the occasion of 1995, Rajkumar has been posted as ADG Personnel at Police Headquarters.
Excise Inspector Alok Pandey of Lucknow was suspended. At the same time, district excise officers Sudarshan Singh and Ram Swarth Chaudhary of Lucknow and Firozabad have been removed and attached to the headquarters.
Inspector, SI and constable suspended
Police Commissioner Lucknow has taken seriously the case of 6 deaths due to drinking of liquor and many people affected in the villages Latifnagar and Rasoolpur of Banthara region. In this case, they have suspended Inspector Banthra Ramesh Singh Rawat ‚Sub-Inspector Gopi Shyam‚ Chief Reserve Prabhashankar Prajapati due to negligence in duty. At the same time, financial assistance was provided by the district administration to the deceased dependents. ADM (Administration) AP Singh, who arrived at Rasulpur and Latifnagar villages along with Sarojninagar SDM Suryakant Tripathi, distributed a cash amount of Rs 10 thousand to the families of all the deceased.
Contractor is away from the grip of police
On November 13, six people died in Latifnagar and Rasulpur villages of Banthara area. The villagers accused Nankau, a government ration shopkeeper resident of Latifnagar, of selling illegal liquor. In this case, Excise Inspector Alok Pandey filed a case against Kotedar as well as Manipendra Singh, a government country liquor salesman based in Latifnagar and Subhash Kumar, a resident of Ain village in the locality of the shop owner. Police has been sent to jail. While shop owner Subhash Kumar is still absconding.
Liquor contract license will be canceled
Excise department team has found many irregularities in the investigation of this case. Sources say that during the investigation, the salesmen could show the record till November 9 only. After this, there was no record of him for four days. Excise Department officials say that action is being taken to revoke the license of the shop. If sources are to be believed, Excise Department Shri Ram has been found guilty in the investigation conducted by the Excise Department, on which action is being considered almost certain.