Civil Services Booting out the incompetent?

In mid-January 2017, Chhattisgarh State Home department, complying with the order of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) dated January 5, gave compulsory retirement to Rajkumar Dewangan (IPS: 1992) in “public interest”. Reportedly, Dewangana, an IG rank officer, was facing a departmental enquiry in connection with a 1998 case of loot that took place during his tenure as superintendent of police in Janjgir-Champa district of the State. He was still continuing when the Centre decided to retire him compulsorily.


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