The Rural Development Academy (RDA) authority ordered the one year suspension on Saturday
An assistant superintendent of police was suspended from his training for Bangladesh Civil Services (BCS) in Bogra, due to violation of discipline.
The Rural Development Academy (RDA) authority ordered the one year suspension on Saturday, following a report submitted by its disciplinary committee, which investigated the allegations of disciplinary violations filed against him.
The suspended BCS candidate Kudrot E Khuda Shuvo is an assistant superintendent of police (Shibganj circle) in Bogra.
The matter was confirmed to Dhaka Tribune by RDA Director General (Additional Secretary) Aminul Islam.
He said: “Based on the report submitted by the disciplinary committee, ASP Shuvo was suspended from BCS training for a year. He may rejoin training once the suspension period is over. He may also appeal against the punishment with the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre in Savar.”
According to sources associated to BCS training at the RDA, Shuvo was accused in five specific allegations of disciplinary violations, while he was enrolled at the basic training program there. The allegations include inappropriate behaviour with fellow candidates, and threatening an Ansar member. Other than these allegations, he was also accused of assaulting a businessman at the Bogra Police Lines.
Bogra Superintendent of Police Ali Ashraf Bhuiya said he had heard about ASP Shuvo’s suspension from BCS training.
Regarding the assault on the businessman, he said a probe report was sent to the police headquarters.