by NEWSNER , 2020-12-19 10:50:30
A beneficiary of Chief Minister's Police Medal for Gallantry in 'battle against drugs' on Friday chose to restore her award after an exceptional court in Imphal cleared seven individuals who were captured in a 2018 drug pull case.
The official, Thounaojam Brinda, is an additional superintendent Manipur police.
Judgement from The Special Court:
The Special Court (ND&PS) in Imphal on Thursday cleared Lhukhosei Zou, previous administrator Chandel Autonomous District Council, and six others expressing that the indictment has neglected to demonstrate the charges levelled against them.
Statement from the Cop:
Credit: The Hindustan Times
"In acknowledgement for this case as a feature of the Hon'ble Chief Minister's 'Battle against Drugs,' I was presented the Chief Minister's Police Medal for Gallantry on the event of Patriots' Day,13th August 2018," says Brinda in a letter routed to CM N Biren Singh, who additionally holds the home portfolio.
"I feel ethically slanted that I have not led my obligation 'according to the desires' of the Criminal Justice Delivery System of the land. Henceforth, for the reasons referred to above, I don't see myself as meriting the honour presented to me by your great self. I, subsequently, return the equivalent to the state Home Department so it very well might be given to an all the more meriting and steadfast cop," she added.
Be that as it may, the court indicted two others, Thangminlun Zou from Churachandpur locale and Tung Khan Mung Zou pseudonym Mung assumed name Aric from Tengnoupal region, under the NDPS Act, 1985 and fixed December 21 for becoming aware of the sentence.
Drug Racket Incident:
It very well might be reviewed that in June 2018, a Manipur police group held onto 4.595 kg of heroin and 2.80 lakh World is Yours (WY) amphetamine tablets worth around Rs 27.79 crore from eight people during an activity in and around Imphal.