Punjab govt suspends DIG for indiscipline
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The Punjab government, late on Saturday evening, suspended DIG (Border Range) Paramraj Singh Umranangal for indiscipline. "He (Umrananagal) has been suspended for not performing his duties efficiently and he has created indiscipline in the border range," a order stated. According to sources, both Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal have cleared his file for suspension. When contacted, Umrannangal said: "It is an internal matter.'' Meanwhile, Amritsar police Commissioner Ram Singh has also gone on leave for a few days. "I had applied for leave a month ago and it has been approved,'' said Singh.
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