Amazing of MP Police: Parts of seized vehicle in police station were fitted in government vehicle, video viral, matter in cognizance of top officials

Manoj Upadhyay, Morena. In Madhya Pradesh, a different kind of act of the police of a police station has come to the fore. (MP Police) Due to this act of police station, the image of the police department is being tarnished. Due to such exploits, other police station and honest officers and employees are not only defamed but also a wrong message is sent to the public. In a police station of the state, spare parts of seized vehicles have been removed and fitted in a government vehicle. The video of this case is also going viral on social media. People are not only liking the video and sharing it with each other, but are also making dirty comments about the police and the department. Lalluram.com does not verify the viral video.

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The case pertains to the old Civil Line police station located in Jori village of Morena district, where the spare parts of the seized Bolero vehicle are being removed and put in the official vehicle (mobile/ patrolling vehicle of the police station). It is seen in the video that two police constables brought two masons in the name of TI from Jaura Road. Taking out the pump and alternator from the seized Bolero parked in the police station, they are getting it put in the mobile government vehicle of the civil line police station. The video of putting seized vehicle parts in a government vehicle is going viral on social media. It is said that the matter has reached the notice of senior officials. Departmental action can be taken against the concerned in case the parts of the vehicle are removed and the government vehicle is sent to the mobile station.

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