Odisha Police Association Threatens Stir From Jan 31

27 January 2019

Bikash Sharma

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Cuttack: The Odisha Police Association (OPA) has raised a 6-point charter of demands before the State Government and threatened to wear black badge to work if their demands are not fulfilled.

OPA president Satyajit Mishra said that if the Government assures the association in written or fulfills their demands by Januay 30, the proposed protest would be cancelled. Since 2016, the OPA had placed 13 demands before the Government. There were delegation meetings with the Home Secretary and DG Police after which the number of demands were cut down to six (number).

“If we do not get any assurance, from January 31, the OPA members would wear black badges to work. The future course of action would be decided later. The State Government has been ignoring the demands of our association,” Mishra said.

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Satyajit Mishra, President, Odisha Police Association