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Kargil Martyr’s wife & DDC Member alleges harassment by lady cop, seeks stern action

Lodges complaint against DySP Traffic Urban at Police Station Domana

JAMMU, July 27 ( KINS): Uncalled for behaviour of a ‘rude’ woman police officer has forced the entire Police Department to face embarrassing moments after a Veer Nari Sharda Bhau, who also happens to be the DDC Member from Akhnoor alleged that she has been treated brutally by the lady cop in full public view over a trivial issue.

The Veer Nari, while addressing a hurriedly called presser in Jammu, alleged that Shivali Kotwal Dy.SP Traffic, Urban Jammu has misbehaved with her after stopping her car at Purkhoo on Jammu-Akhnoor Highway.

Narrating the unfortunate incident with her eyes wet with tears, the elected public representative said she has earned respect after her husband gave supreme sacrifice for the nation but the unwarranted attitude of aforesaid woman officer has dented her image in public. She alleged that the woman officer on duty behaved as if she was talking with a ‘ruffian’ and wanted to show her muscle power. She said that despite following all the traffic norms including seat belts and other visible set of rules the DySP signaled to stop the car and started confronting over the issue of installing a nameplate inscribed with her designation as DDC Member.

Expressing shock over the ugly behavior shown by the woman officer, she said that such officers are blot on the clean image of Police Department. She also alleged that the furious cop broke down the aforesaid nameplate like a hooligan as if there is no law exists in the Union Territory. She said that through this press conference she would like to appeal to the concerned higher authorities to take cognizance of the matter and immediately remove the aforesaid officer from post where polite public dealing is a prerequisite.

“This woman officer’s conduct is highly objectionable as she can’t differentiate between a Veer Nari and a ‘Gali Ka Gunda’, therefore it will be in the interest of people of J&K that she remained attached with a strict senior officer who can help her in mending her behaviour”, the DDC Member demanded.

Meanwhile, DDC Chairman Jammu, Bharat Bhushan Bodhi termed the matter as very serious because the image of police is involved. He told the media persons that already issue has been discussed with DC Jammu in presence of SSP Traffic. He said that the DC has assured for an impartial inquiry and action against the one who is responsible for this unfortunate incident.

Suraj Singh Bhau, Vice Chairman Jammu also sought action against officials who off and on harass the public representatives.

DDC Member Taranjit Singh Tony also condemned the unwarranted behaviour of the woman officer and urged LG Manoj Sinha and DGP Dilbag Singh to intervene and give directions against the guilty officer.

A complaint has been registered in this regard at Police Station Domana and the copies have been dispatched to the Offices of the Chief of Army Staff, Lt Governor J&K, Chief Secretary J&K, Director General of Police, J&K and SSP Traffic Jammu.

DDC Members Dharminder Kumar, Joginder Singh, Balbir Lal, Geetu Aulakh, Bushan Bral, Vidya Mottan, Prof Gharu Ram, Shamim Begum, Suresh Sharma and Surekha Devi were also present in the press conference.(KINS )

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