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Can An ASP Is Able To Suspend his Junior Like SHO & to Revert Him
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even an IGP can't do it now a days. It is owing to lot of political pressure.
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Let's Suppose The SHO Is Involves in Criminal Activities Or Doing Anything Against The Law Then The ASP Has Powers Or Not
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According to rules, he doesn't have power to suspend.
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An ASP is regarded one of the most powerful police officer in hierarchy. He at most places exercise the powers of dpo.
However, ASP can award minor punishments to constable and head constable like deduction of salary, quarter guard etc.
Kpk has amended the police rules and now asp/dsp can give minor punishment to asi as well. DPO has the authority to give minor as well as major punishment upto the rank of SHO. Major punishment includes reversion, dismissal from service, reduction in rank etc.
But keep in mind if ASP recommends to dpo to punish some official, in 99% cases dpo acts upon his recommendation.
These are powers with respect to discipline.
With regards to general policing work, asp has all the powers which an sho has in a police station (as mentioned in sec 551 crpc).
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An ASP is regarded one of the most powerful police officer in hierarchy. He at most places exercise the powers of dpo.
However, ASP can award minor punishments to constable and head constable like deduction of salary, quarter guard etc.
Kpk has amended the police rules and now asp/dsp can give minor punishment to asi as well. DPO has the authority to give minor as well as major punishment upto the rank of SHO. Major punishment includes reversion, dismissal from service, reduction in rank etc.
But keep in mind if ASP recommends to dpo to punish some official, in 99% cases dpo acts upon his recommendation.
These are powers with respect to discipline.
With regards to general policing work, asp has all the powers which an sho has in a police station (as mentioned in sec 551 crpc).
How would you, Waseem, compare your cadre to PAS...and by compare i mean an 'overall' picture because i'm assuming you must have gauged some idea drawing on your time in service, notwithstanding you're preference for PSP, but objectively.
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An ASP is regarded one of the most powerful police officer in hierarchy. He at most places exercise the powers of dpo.
However, ASP can award minor punishments to constable and head constable like deduction of salary, quarter guard etc.
Kpk has amended the police rules and now asp/dsp can give minor punishment to asi as well. DPO has the authority to give minor as well as major punishment upto the rank of SHO. Major punishment includes reversion, dismissal from service, reduction in rank etc.
But keep in mind if ASP recommends to dpo to punish some official, in 99% cases dpo acts upon his recommendation.
These are powers with respect to discipline.
With regards to general policing work, asp has all the powers which an sho has in a police station (as mentioned in sec 551 crpc).
Kindly please shed light on psp vs customs in a brief manner. What type of power customs have?? Thanks.
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speaking about power sounds illogical in present political setup. All administrative positions are under the pressure of political parties and are blackmailed. they work more for their survival rather than for public
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