Odisha Police Body’s Scheduled Agitation Put On Hold

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Cuttack: The Odisha Havildar, Constable and Sepoy Confederation president Santosh Satpathy on Saturday informed that they have put their scheduled agitation on hold after the state government agreed to fulfill two out of their three demands.

The state government agreed to withdraw the suspension of the constables and a Home Guard. As per the demands, investigation against the Chauliaganj IIC has started. An investigation with the help of CCTV cameras on the ruckus, which was created in the premises of High Court recently, has also been started.

Following the assault on two constables inside the High Court Premises on October 27, the Havildar, Sepoy and Constable Mahasangh in a press meet on Thursday gave 48 hours to the state government to take immediate action against the culprits.

“Though the two constables had lodged a complaint at the police station, no action has been taken till date. We have given 48 hours to the state government to take immediate action, failing which, all the members of the Mahasangh will resort to cease-work and stage a silent protest across the state from November 3. If necessary, the Mahasangh will withdraw from all security arrangements,” president of the Mahasangh, Santosh Satpathy said.

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