K’taka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra warns of stern action against corrupt police officers


Team Udayavani, Jan 19, 2022, 6:04 PM IST

Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on Wednesday warned of taking stern action against those police personnel who are found to be involved in corrupt practices or are aiding the criminals.

His remarks come in the backdrop of arrests of two policemen, deputed for the security of Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai’s private residence for allegedly trying to extort money from drug peddlers.

Speaking to reporters, Araga said, “Police officers are responsible for maintaining law & order in the society and working for people’s protection. However the corrupt acts of a few police officers is tarninshing the image of other honest cops. The general public too view entire police force suspiciously because of such corrupt officers”

“Stern action will not just be limited to suspending such officers but they maybe dismissed from service too,” he added.

Further he lauded the police officials who arrested the cops for demanding money from drug peddlers to let them go free and ordered that they be rewarded.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

IAS officer who walked dog in Delhi stadium transferred to Ladakh

Geetanjali Shree’s “Tomb of Sand” becomes 1st Hindi novel to win International Booker Prize

Halep experiences panic attack during French Open match

Katte Bhojanna suicide: Death note detailing cause of death found!

China and Russia veto new UN sanctions on North Korea

No “political ties” between Congress, JD(S) for RS or 2023 Assembly poll: Siddaramaiah

Karnataka Secretariat employees to boycott work on Friday, govt calls it ‘illegal’


Related Articles More

Katte Bhojanna suicide: Death note detailing cause of death found!

Outsiders picking Udupi as suicide spot: ADGP Alok Kumar says thorough review needed

Textbook revision: Dr. SL Bhyrappa criticizes objections raised by the left

No “political ties” between Congress, JD(S) for RS or 2023 Assembly poll: Siddaramaiah

Karnataka Secretariat employees to boycott work on Friday, govt calls it ‘illegal’

MUST WATCH

NEWS BULLETIN 26-05-2022

Dr. Surendra Kumar Jain atatement about malali masjid

Anjaneeya swamy Temple Mysore

Manipal Road Mishap Student end his Life

NEWS BULLETIN 25-05-2022


Latest Additions

BMW launches all-electric sedan i4 priced at Rs 69.9 lakh

Trailblazers beat Velocity by 16 runs but crash out on net runrate

Climate change negatively impacting human sleep: Study

Future Retail denies Amazon’s allegation of ‘fraudulent stratagem’ by independent directors

PM Modi pays tributes to Jawaharlal Nehru on his death anniversary

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.