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Inquiry all set to ‘indict’ policeman for indiscipline

While the inquiry report into the alleged misbehaviour of an Inspector-rank officer in a discotheque in Sector 8 on Saturday night is yet to be submitted to the senior police officials,the inquiry is all set to “indict” the officer for indiscipline.

While the inquiry report into the alleged misbehaviour of an Inspector-rank officer in a discotheque in Sector 8 on Saturday night is yet to be submitted to the senior police officials,the inquiry is all set to “indict” the officer for indiscipline.

Sources said that the probe so far has found Inspector Jaswinder Singh,now posted with the security wing of the Chandigarh police guilty of “creating ruckus and indiscipline” in the disco. The inquiry officer has checked the video recording of the disco of the Saturday night and questioned their staff.

A source said,“Definitely,the video footage shows the officer creating a ruckus at the disco. But we need to know whether he harassed the two girls at the disco. In fact,the two girls who had originally lodged a compliant with the discotheque staff were called by police,but they refused to say any thing about the issue,which has made the job of the probe a little difficult.”

A complaint was lodged by the owner of the disco in Sector 8,Gopal Krishan alleging that Inspector Jaswinder Singh,who was drunk and in his civil clothing and created a ruckus after allegedly harassing two girls.

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The complaint to at Sector 3 police station read,“The girls at the disco informed the bouncer about the harassment by police officer. And when the bouncer asked the police officer to behave,he shouted and created ruckus at the disco.”

On Monday,Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP),Chandigarh Naunihal Singh had asked Deputy Superintendent of Police,Police Control Room,Kamal Deep to probe the allegation against Inspector Jaswinder Singh and also as to why no PCR vehicle reached the spot,despite a phone call.

“The inquiry officer is to meet some more people and he will submit the report tomorrow,” said Naunihal Singh.

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