Special police officers for each district…

Special police officers will come to the respective districts for the counting of votes in the wake of the violent incidents that took place on the election polling day in the state. The high officials were appointed in the wake of the violent incidents that took place on and after the polling day. In this regard, ap DGP Harish Kumar Gupta issued key orders on Saturday. DGP has issued orders appointing additional SP and DSP level officers. The DGP issued orders appointing special police officers for each district. A total of 56 police officers have been appointed as special officers. The DGP advised the special police officers to report to the higher officials of the respective districts by saturday evening. The ap DGP ordered that the responsibilities of law and order in sensitive areas should be handed over to special officers.

Maximum 8 police officers have been assigned to Palnadu . Among the officers assigned to Palnadu are six additional SPs and two DSPs. Meanwhile, the polling for the ap elections, followed by May 13, 14 and 15, saw violent incidents in Palnadu, Narasa Rao Peta, Tadipatri, Anantapur, Chandragiri, Macharla and tirupati for three consecutive days. The Central election commission reacted strongly to this . ec has ordered CS and DGP to take strict action against those responsible. The Central election commission has taken these riots seriously and has issued notices to the CS and DGP to appear directly before them regarding the incidents of violence.

Chief election Commissioner rajeev Kumar, Commissioners Gyanesh Kumar, Sukhbir Singh Sandhu , CS jawahar reddy and DGP Harish Gupta were present at Nirvachan Sadan in delhi . After this meeting, the ec suspended the SPs of Palnadu and Anantapur districts. tirupati transferred SP. Palnadu has hunted down the collector. It also said that a departmental inquiry has been started. It has suspended 12 lower level officials in three districts of Palnadu, Anantapur and Tirupati. Departmental action was ordered against them. It ordered that every case registered against violence in the state should be taken up separately, a SIT should be constituted and a report should be submitted within two days.


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