The Government of India will award three officers of Chhattisgarh Police for excellent deliberation.

The Government of India will award three officers of Chhattisgarh Police for excellent deliberation.

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Raipur. The Government of India has announced to award medals to three officers of Chhattisgarh Police for their excellent deliberation. For 2021, the Union Home Ministry will reward Deputy Superintendent of Police Rajiv Sharma posted in Bemetara, Indira Vaishnav posted in Rajnandgaon, and Assistant Sub Inspector Indu Sharma posted in Bastar for excellent deliberation in different cases. The medal is awarded annually by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India to police officers. Director-General of Police DM Awasthi has congratulated the above three officers on getting the medals. The Police Headquarters sent the recommendation to the Union Home Ministry for an excellent analysis.

Rajeev Sharma, SDOP Bemetara- On March 2, 2020, an unknown person kidnapped a girl, and the police registered a rape case. During the investigation, Suraj Prajapati, the accused, a resident of Raipur, was arrested on June 21, 2020, and presented in Court. On July 7, the police presented the challan. On February 26, 2021, the Court sentenced the accused to life imprisonment and fined him.

Indira Vaishnav, Sub-Inspector, Rajnandgaon - On June 13, 2019, the minor daughter of the petitioner and the minor daughter of her brother-in-law had gone to the sister-in-law's village during the summer vacation. While returning home, both the minors were raped by the accused Ashok Devangan, after registering the crime of the said incident, the police started the investigation. The police arrested the accused on June 13 itself. After this, they presented the challan on August 8. The Court sentenced him to 20 years of rigorous imprisonment.

 

Indu Sharma, Assistant Sub-Inspector-Bastar- A report of a sexual offence with a 4-year-old child was registered at Bodhghat police station in Bastar district. The police arrested the accused, Mithlesh Patel, and presented the challan on October 28, 2020. The Court sentenced him to 20 years of rigorous imprisonment and fined him.