Officers called from these different parts of the country


Manipur Violence: The CBI on Wednesday has prepared a list of 53 officials to investigate the Manipur violence cases. 29 women are also included in them. These officers have been collected from CBI offices across the country.

In cases of such violence the Deputy Superintendent of Police cannot be made the supervising officer, so the CBI has sent three DIGs and a Superintendent of Police to supervise the investigation.

The names of the DIG officers are Lovely Katiar, Nirmala Devi and Mohit Gupta. Joint Director Ghanshyam Upadhyay will oversee the entire investigation process. Will report to Superintendent of Police Rajveer.

According to the officials, this is the first mobilization of its kind, in which such a large number of women officers have been deployed in the service simultaneously.

Two additional women superintendents of police and six women deputy superintendents are also part of the team. Apart from this, 16 inspectors and 10 sub-inspectors will also be a part of this team.

CBI will not take help of Manipur police
According to officials, most of the time when several cases related to violence in a state are handed over to the CBI for investigation, the agency depends on that state to provide manpower. But the CBI does not want to involve the local authorities in the investigation of the Manipur cases, lest the investigation be accused of bias.

Sources say that many of the cases being investigated by the CBI may involve provisions of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989, which will be investigated by an officer of the rank of Deputy Superintendent.

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