Haryana Government has suspended three HCS officers and 10 Deputy Superintendents of Police (DSPs) with immediate effect. According to sources, the action has been taken on recommendations of Parkash Singh committee inquiry report. The Parkash Singh committee was formed by Haryana government to inquire into acts and omission of officials during Jat quota violence.
While stating this in Chandigarh on Friday, an official spokesman said that the HCS officers are Dharmender Singh, Pankaj Kumar and Jagdeep Singh.
He said that during the period of suspension, their headquarters would be in the office of Chief Secretary in Services-I Branch at Chandigarh. They would not leave the headquarters without obtaining prior permission of the Chief Secretary.
The Haryana government official spokesperson said that the 10 DSPs who had been suspended included Sukhbir Singh, DSP, State Crime Bureau (SCB), earlier posted as DSP, Rohtak at Kalanaur, Surender Singh, DSP, SCB, earlier posted as DSP, Meham, Vijender Singh, DSP, Headquarters Rohtak and Pawan Kumar, DSP, Rohtak. Others are Jagat Singh, DSP, Beri, Sandeep Malik, DSP, CID, earlier posted as DSP Hansi, Rajbir Singh, DSP Loharu and Vinod Kumar, ACP, Faridabad, earlier posted as DSP, Gohana. He said that Sunil Kumar, DSP, Sonipat and Satish Kumar, DSP Kharkhoda, earlier posted as DSP, Ganaur have also been suspended.
Parkash Singh Commission, in its report submitted to Haryana Chief Minister had indicted 90 officials, who also included IAS and IPS, for malafide and deliberate negligence. The CM had assured for action against those indicted by the committee.