Lonely Man With A Lathi: The Indian Police Constable

This is an article written by the SSP of Haridwar about the plight of the Indian police constables. His name is Abhinav Kumar IPS, and you can read about him here.

He talks about what this reservation agitation by the Gurjars is all about.

Here is the link to the IE article: Lonely Man With A Lathi

Here are other articles by him:

This guy is quite a warrior. You can read about what he did here

Here is an excerpt:

Journalist-turned-policeman Abhinav Kumar was recently posted to Dehra Dun as Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP). Soon after his transfer, Kumar claims, he discovered that a Rs 1-lakh computer system given to the department by the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd was neither present in his office nor registered in the property list at the local police lines.

Kumar says that after he made discreet enquiries among the staff members, he was told that the computer was actually installed at the residence of his predecessor, Sharad Sachhan. The ASP says he made verbal requests to Sachhan to return the computer, but Sachhan didn’t do so, forcing him to lodge an FIR against the officer two months ago.


6 Responses to “Lonely Man With A Lathi: The Indian Police Constable”

  1. 1 kean July 21, 2007 at 3:39 pm

    abhinav kumar is one of the few good men(and sometines women) in the indian police but the no of bad are far more than good .

    i really feel out system is at fault but i also think that it is a flaw of an individual character.

    the good and the bad i am looking out fore exaples of good cop bad cop in india .


  2. 2 S.Jayabharathi August 3, 2010 at 7:05 am

    Police Constable. Male/Female How much Age limidate and qualification.Pls send my E-Mail ID sjbharathi1989@gmail.com other my mail Bharathisekar1989@gmail.com

    Thanks with Regards



  3. 3 S.Jayabharathi August 3, 2010 at 7:06 am

    Police Constable. Male/Female How many Age limidate and qualification.Pls send my E-Mail ID sjbharathi1989@gmail.com other my mail Bharathisekar1989@gmail.com

    Thanks with Regards



  4. 4 r p singh September 2, 2011 at 5:33 pm

    sir ,you have done good works in your carrier.


  5. 5 NEELESH PATHAK November 24, 2011 at 7:34 am

    Respected sir

    I request you to carry on this and help to change view towards police.


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    Your mode of describing everything in this post is in fact fastidious, every one be able
    to without difficulty know it, Thanks a lot.


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