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Orissa IG suspended for alleged criminals links

Bhubaneswar, May 18: Sanjeev Marik, Inspector General of Police, Orissa was today suspended for having alleged links with criminals.

The decision was taken after Home Secretary Tarun Kanti Mishra and Director General of Police Amarananda Pattanayak met and briefed Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik at the State Secretariat about the issue.

Patnaik told media persons that he had ordered disciplinary action against Marik and suspended him from service.

Patnaik declined to comment on the charges against the Marik, who is a 1981 batch police officer.

Marik's name surfaced after a robbery in Orissa's Bhadrak District in February. Over 20 lakh rupees were looted from two bank employees in the theft.

Investigations that followed revealed that some criminals had contact with Marik.


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