Telangana DGP Mahendar Reddy back to work
Telangana DGP Mahendar Reddy | Director-General of Police M Mahendar Reddy on Saturday joined duty after availing two weeks medical leave.
He was on medical leave since February 18 after suffering hairline fractures in scapula bone. He suffered injuries after falling at his house.
Doctors confirmed three fractures after examining the x-ray, CT scan and MRI reports. Since doctors advised ample rest for curing the fractures, he was on medical leave from February 18 to March 4.
Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director-General of Police Anjani Kumar was the in-charge DGP when Mahendar Reddy was on medical leave.
Telangana DGP Mahendar Reddy
It is to mention here that the Telangana State IPS Officers’ Association condemned the TPCC chief’s statement that the DGP Reddy was forced to go on leave. It also condemned the allegations levelled by Mr. Revanth Reddy that certain officers of IAS/IPS native to a particular State are given top posts in the State.
“We strongly condemn such baseless statements. Instead of wishing him good health and speedy recovery, the said leader needlessly dragged the officer for the sake of publicity,” the statement said.
The statements targeting some officers from a particular State reflects biased thinking and lack of knowledge about the Constitution of India and the provisions of the All India Services, it read.
“The All India Service officers are allotted to a particular State as per All India Service Rules and are given postings by the respective State governments. The irresponsible statements made against the officers amounts to intrusion and interference in the discharge of official duties by them,” the statement read.
It is seen that some of these political functionaries are habituated to make wild and irresponsible statements with an intention to demoralise officers and the police force and mislead innocent public, the IPS Association added.
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