The Bihar Post

Quit jobs if you can’t do your duty, Lalu to protesting cops


PATNA: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) president Lalu Prasad has served a strong warning to cops announcing not to heads police stations irked at harsh liquor laws.

The cops are protesting in Bihar after 11 station house officers (SHOs) were placed under suspension for their failure to check illegal liquor trade in their respective areas.

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“Those not interested in heading police stations are free to quit jobs and go home as there are very long queues of unemployed persons in the state,” Prasad told the media today.

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He said his government couldn’t tolerate slackness on the part of police.

Prasad’s warning comes close on the heels of Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar serving a similar warning to the protesting cops yesterday.

“If you can’t do your jobs, you are free to step down or even consider quitting service,” Kumar had told a function in Patna on Saturday.

He added the people had voted him to power to deliver his promises and he was committed to fulfill his commitments come what may.

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