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Bihar’s director common of police (DGP) on Friday administered an oath to all his fellow colleagues to steer clear of liquor for the remainder of their lives and guarantee implementation of its ban in the state. He additionally warned of terminating the providers of any violating police personnel.

Administering the oath to all police personnel at the headquarters in Patna, the DGP stated, “I, Sandeep Kumar Singhal, today on November 26, 2011, with complete probity take oath that I will not consume liquor for the whole life. Whether I be on duty or not, I will not indulge in liquor-involving activities even in daily life.”

“I will also ensure effective implementation of the liquor prohibition law…” he additional stated.

The high police officer’s oath-taking was in line with related pledges taken by chief minister Nitish Kumar and different public servants of the state.

Later, Singhal stated, “We’ll implement the ban with all our efforts. It is also being seen that people are moving towards drugs. All of us in the police department are committed to implementing the ban. If any police personnel is found to be involved, their services will be terminated.”

Earlier in the day, a number of authorities officers, college students at totally different faculties and faculties, staff of Bihar Vidhan Sabha secretariat joined Kumar in taking the pledge. The JD(U) supremo additionally flagged off a rath (chariot) that will create consciousness amongst the lots about the sick results of consuming liquor. He additionally appealed to state officers to implement the regulation extra successfully with none discrimination.

The Patna police not too long ago raided a number of motels and wedding ceremony halls in the state capital and arrested a number of individuals on costs of consuming and supplying liquor.

The CM additionally offered certificates of appreciation to 31 officers, together with policemen, for his or her function in implementing the prohibition. “Some people have turned against us. They feel bad, but this is wrong… This law was implemented with the consent of all,” Kumar stated.

Hooch has claimed shut to 50 lives in totally different districts of the state since Diwali.

(With company inputs)


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