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SHO, Incharge PP stage drama to impress seniors
Recover two purses in `swift action'
8/23/2017 10:04:52 PM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, Aug 23: In what could be described as weird, a SHO and an Incharge of a Police Post (PP) in Jammu district enacted a drama of finding lost purses to prove their worth in the eyes of their seniors.
The duo in connivance with their accomplices stage-managed the loss of two purses and registered a complaint for the same. Later, they performed the drama of recovering lost purses which made them heroes in front of their bosses, who were shown that both of them are not only prompt in solving the cases but are also very honest.
The senior officers, on the other hand, without verifying the reality of those persons, who claimed to have lost their purses, lauded the efforts of their subordinates.
Sources informed Early Times that in separate incidents two purses reportedly went missing recently.
"In the first incident, a woman lodged a complaint that she lost her purse, which contained cash and some jewellery also. A report was registered in this regard. After receiving the complaint, the police acted swiftly and recovered a ladies purse similar to the details given by the owner," said sources.
"The elated SHO of the concerned Police Station then shared those photographs with his seniors in which the purse was being handed over to the real owner. But, in reality the SHO was well known to the woman, who claimed to have lost her purse. This entire drama was played just to prove his honesty in front of his seniors," sources added.
Similarly, in another incident, an Incharge of a Police Post also engineered the same plot of purse went missing. A complaint in this regard was lodged in the Police Post. A drama of frenetic search was made and ultimately the lost purse was recovered. This officer also sent those pictures to his bosses which depict handing over the purse to its genuine owner.
"In this instant case, the person who claimed to have lost was an old acquaintance of the Police Post Incharge. The Police Post Incharge has served a term in the area where the said person resides," said sources.
"The said person was seen in the Police Post, the day when he alleged that he lost his purse. A plan of missing purse was made by the Police Post Incharge then and there only for the purpose of proving his heroism and honesty. A dram of recovering the lost purse within few hours was enacted smartly by the officer," sources added.
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