Patna, Dec 14 (UNI) The Bihar government today announced to take action against the Indian Police Service (IPS) officers who had failed to submit their service revolvers either after their transfer or retirement.
Replying to a short notice question of RJD's Abdul Bari Siddiqui in the state Assembly, Energy Minister Vijendra Prasad Yadav admitted that three retired IPS officers, a similar number of those on central deputation and three others who joined Jharkhand after reorganisation of the state, had failed to submit their service revolvers. The service firearms of one of the IPS officers, who died, was also not submitted, he added.
Mr Yadav informed the House that such cases were being probed and suitable action would be initiated against the guilty.
To another matter raised by Mr Ramchandra Purvey(RJD) regarding the alleged humiliation of the security guards of the leader of the Opposition in the Assembly Rabri Devi by the Senior Police Superintendent, Mr Yadav assured the House of action against the guilty person after an inquiry into the incident.