Sarcastic letter to Kerala police chief: Govt issues warning to Ernakulam range SP J Jayanth

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Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government has warned a police officer for writing a letter mocking the state police chief. The action has been taken against superintendent of police J Jayanath, who currently serves as the Ernakulam range SP of the financial crimes division.

J Jayanath | Photo: Mathrubhumi

As per reports, chief secretary VP Joy issued the order ending the disciplinary action taken against the officer and warned him not to repeat similar acts.

Earlier, a department-level inquiry was conducted against Jayanath following allegations that the officer failed to follow the directions from the police headquarters, when Loknath Behera was the state police chief.

The officer has been warned and excluded from action on the basis of the inquiry report by ADGP S Sreejith.

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