Inspector became 11 inspector in Unnao: SP put the third star on his shoulder, said- all people should perform their duties

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Inspector became 11 inspector in Unnao: SP put the third star on his shoulder, said- all people should perform their duties
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12:12 PM July 29, 2022
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The police headquarters on Saturday promoted 1017 police officers to the post of Inspector from Daroga. It consisted of 11 Daroga of Unnao. Those who were made inspectors. On Friday, the SP of Unnao put a third star on everyone's shoulder and congratulated him. Many senior and direct sub -inspectors posted in Unnao were waiting for a long time to get promotion. On behalf of the Police Headquarters, all such officers were also trained at the training center about 6 months before promotion to the post of Inspector. He was worried about the non -promotion list. The promotion of his Unnao was promoted in the list released from the police headquarters on 23 July. In which Daroga Durgadatta Singh posted at Ajgain Kotwali, Daroga Bhaskar Dev Tiwari, posted in police station Bihar, Daroga Sushil Yadav posted at Binda Nagar Chowki of Gangaghat Kotwali, Daroga Amar Singh posted at Maurawan police station, sub -inspector Siyaram Rajput in LIU Umesh Tripathi, 112 Control Room consists of Jai Prakash Yadav and Mukesh Kumar. The SP greetings the Daroga, the Daroga, SP Dinesh Tripathi put the third star on the shoulder and greeted all the inspectors. During this time ASP Shashi Shekhar Singh and Trainee CO Sonam Singh were present. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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