While issuing the order, the DGP has said that strict action will be taken against those who do not follow the orders. The DGP has made it clear that if a police officer wants to take his personal staff along, then his approval is necessary first.

Punjab DGP Iqbalpreet Singh Sahota has issued orders to return the employees who left the unit with no transfer officers. In this regard, instructions have been given to the heads of all the wings of the police to take immediate action in this matter. The DGP has said that the police officers should not disobey the rules, whatever they do, do it after taking approval.

According to the information, the DGP of Punjab was receiving complaints that some officers of Punjab Police have taken away their favorite employees and officers from the unit without transfer. Taking these complaints seriously, DGP Sahota has taken cognizance of such cases.

While issuing the order, the DGP has said that strict action will be taken against those who do not follow the orders. The DGP has made it clear that if a police officer wants to take his personal staff along, then his approval is necessary first. It has been said by the DGP that only the police personnel posted in security will be exempted from this order.

Coming managerial trouble
In the order made by the DGP, it has been said that whenever a police officer is transferred, he also takes his friends along with him. They are not transferred on paper. The surprising thing is that the salary of the employees is received from there. Due to this, the department has to face some managerial problems.

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