IPS' warning, 'If someone talks to my officer by raising his eyes, I will not spare him'

IPS' warning, 'If someone talks to my officer by raising his eyes, I will not spare him'

A video is becoming increasingly viral on social media, in which an IPS officer is heard saying to businessmen, 'If I talk to any of my officers with open eyes, I will not spare them. Sir, this is the threat of khaki. This is the glory of the uniform. When a senior officer of the police department is talking in this tone, you can easily guess the morale of his subordinates. This video is being told of Bulandshahr. The name of the female IPS officer is Anukreethy Sharma. He is posted as ASP in the district.

In fact, an anti-encroachment campaign was launched in Bulandshahr, UP. There was a heated argument between the police and the local traders regarding the removal of the encroachment. IPS Sahiba entered into a heated argument between police and businessmen. His temper rose as soon as he saw it. In the viral video, she is talking to the businessmen present by showing her finger. However, his tone seems less conversational and more threatening.


'I work for the government, not you


However, in this debate, an older businessman is seen repeatedly requesting the IPS officer to keep calm. But, she is not taking the name of listening. She says if you talk rudely to my officer then I will not forgive you. I work for the government, not for you people.

Loyalty, obligation, and duty not for us?


IPS officer says, 'I work for the government, not for you people. Everything is said. It means to say that their loyalty, obligation, and duty are toward the government. They have nothing to do with the common people and their compulsions. But, the question is when we elect the government. So is the responsibility of the administration only towards the government, they have nothing to do with the common man. The people of Bulandshahr are also asking the same question.

Well, what was the whole incident? Newstrack.com is not aware of the language in which the businessmen spoke to the police officers. But, the tone in which the IPS officer is speaking cannot be said to be correct.