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GRTU had, during this time last year, complained with the authorities that policeman were going round shops asking for presents.
Now that the festive season is approaching the matter was brought to the attention to the Police Commissioner who from his side issued a circular to all the policemen, CHQ Circular No. 154/08.
The circular said:
''It is however to be stressed that no sort of soliciting from firms or individuals for cash or kind is to be made in organizing such parties.
Serious disciplinary action will be taken against anyone who abuses in this respect''
In this regards Members can report such happenings to the GRTU as no policeman has any right to ask for money or presents for Christmas parties. This is both applicable if the policeman is wearing a uniform or not.
This is a police Directive, which if broken must be reported.
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