Mamata strikes through the middle – The New Indian Express


By PTI

KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Thursday that there was “discrimination” in the state between IPS and West Bengal Police Service (WBPS) officers and that the equality had to be ensured between them.

Addressing a Kolkata police awards ceremony, Banerjee also lamented the lack of state people entering the Indian Police Service (IPS).

“IAS and IPS officers get everything when appointed. WBCS (West Bengal Civil Service) officers also have an association to take care of their issues. But, WBPS officers do not “We don’t have anything like that. There’s a lot of discrimination in the police department in the state,” she said.

“If an IPS officer receives an allowance of Rs 2,000, then the State Police Service officer receives Rs 200. I have done this for WBCS officers, but for the officers of the WBPS, nothing has been done. I want this sorted. Today I sent a document to the Chief Secretary, Home Secretary and Department of Finance,” she added. .

Banerjee said she hoped more people from the state would qualify as IPS officers.

“Where are the IPS officers from Bengal soil? The last time we had one from Bengal was Javed (Shamim),” she said.

The Chief Minister said the state government had recently decided to appoint 200 WBCS and WBPS officers.

Banerjee also highlighted the need for more women in the state police, who can be assigned to different departments to fight crimes.

KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Thursday that there was “discrimination” in the state between IPS and West Bengal Police Service (WBPS) officers and that the equality had to be ensured between them. Addressing a Kolkata police awards ceremony, Banerjee also lamented the lack of state people entering the Indian Police Service (IPS). “IAS and IPS officers get everything when appointed. WBCS (West Bengal Civil Service) officers also have an association to take care of their issues. But, WBPS officers do not “There’s nothing like that. There’s a lot of discrimination in the state police service,” she said. “If an IPS officer receives compensation of Rs 2,000, then the officer from the state police department gets Rs 200. I did this for WBCS officers but for WBPS officers nothing was done. I want this fixed. Today I sent a document to the chief secretary, home minister and finance department,” she added. Banerjee said she hoped more people in the state would be referred to as IPS officers. “Where are the IPS officers from Bengal soil? The last time we had one from Bengal was Javed (Shamim),” she said. The chief minister said the state government had recently decided to appoint 200 police officers. WBCS and WBPS Banerjee also highlighted the need for more women in the state police, who can be assigned to different departments to fight crimes.

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