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Bhubaneswar: Arup Patnaik , son of well known Odia IAS K.K. Patnaik who had earned name and fame as the police chief of Mumbai,Maharastra, now he is ready to fight no more with the notorious criminals and underworld dons but is fighting with political opponents in Bhubaneswar Lok Sabha constituency. Such transformation from a super-cop to an humble people servant is expected to be welcome by the voters of Bhubaneswar Lok Sabha constituency. 

Arup Patnaik was the 36th Police Commissioner of Mumbai. He is revered as one of the most dynamic and respected IPS officers of the Maharashtra cadre. He retired on 30 September 2015 after a distinguished career in the Maharashtra Police spanning over 36 years in service. He is a recipient of the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service in 2003 and the Indian Police Medal for meritorious services in 1994. Known for his integrity and fearlessness, Patnaik is the first and only Odia IPS officer to hold the post of Police Commissioner of Mumbai. 

Patnaik was born on 8 September 1955 in Bhubhaneshwar, Odisha. He attended Mayo College, Ajmer on scholarship. He is a keen sportsman and distinguished himself in the field of football and boxing during his time at Mayo College. He worked with the State Bank of India for a period of approximately 2 years prior to joining the Indian Police Service in 1979. Patnaik is married to Vidhurita with whom he has two children, Chirantan and Tanmay. He is a Trustee of the Konark Cancer Foundation and President of the Mayo College Alumni Mumbai Chapter. 

Arup Patnaik is currently the Chairman of Odisha’s State Youth Welfare Board, the Biju Yuva Vahini and has been accorded the rank and status of Minister of State by the Odisha State Government. Patnaik started his political journey on April 18, 2018, by being personally inducted into the Biju Janata  Dal by the Chief Minister of Odisha, Shri. Naveen Patnaik. 

Patnaik has represented India in such International forums as Interpol, Lyons (France) and has participated in anti-money laundering workshops in Tokyo, Japan. He was a member of a high-level team to London in September 2011, where he interacted with Scotland Yard and number of reputed professionals, so as to chart out a comprehensive CCTV cover project for Mumbai City. He also led a high level team of Indian Police Officers to Los Angeles from 23 September 2011 to 3 October 2011, for extensive training with the FBI and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in counter terrorism techniques. 

Patnaik joined the I.P.S. in 1979 and was posted as probationary Asst.Supdt. of Police, Nasik (1981-1982). He was subsequently posted as Suptd. of Police Latur from 1983-1986. Patnaik was the first SP of Latur. His stories of taking on the political heavyweights in the region are discussed even after 30 years. Patnaik was then transferred to Nagpur City from 1986-1988. After Nagpur, Patnaik was posted as Suptd. of  Police, Jalgaon, from 1988-1991. In Mumbai City, he was Deputy Commissioner of Police Zone VII from March 1991 till March 1994. As DCP Zone VII, he was a critical member of the 1993 Bomb Blast team and was also instrumental in the largest ever seizure of RDX, to the tune of 1500 kg at Mumbra in 1993. Patnaik went on deputation to the Central Bureau of Investigation, Govt. of India in March 1994 and was assigned the critical charge of supervising investigations into the multi-crore Harshad Mehta security scam. As D.I.G., C.B.I., he headed the Bank Security & Fraud Cell, a Central Unit of the CBI, which was concerned with the investigation into complicated and Mega Bank scam cases.

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Berhampur,17/04/19: As the second phase Poll is  scheduled  on Thursday , authorities in the  Ganjam district communicated for  enforcing a strict 48-hour closure of liquor shops in Ganjam , partly to frustrate attempts by candidates to buy ballots with booze, a potent election-time blandishment for poor voters across the Ganjam. 

Closure of liquor shops is routine during state or national elections. It is also a time to control for valued voters of the district, where politicians using liquor to buy votes is a common phenomenon. The Election Commission has been tightening oversight to ensure that candidates don’t hand out liquor and other blandishments to voters.

 The Berhampur Police department haul around 216 litres of foreign liquor from Hansika Wine Shop,the entry point to the Berhampur Mahanagar. 

 “We made various seizures all over the Berhampur. The general trend is that distribution of liquor during this election has been very minimal compared to what it used to be earlier," said  Pinak Mishra,SP,Berhampur That’s also due to the strong stance taken by the Election Commission." 

Alcohol is among the biggest revenue earners for most states, and rules governing alcohol and its pricing vary. Monitoring the movement of alcohol is a big concern for enforcement agencies tasked with preventing its smuggling’s,SP said. 

 “Election is one of the reasons (for the increase in smuggling cases), but the main reason (for the seizures) is that we have started a special drive and deployed all our staff for this," said BIshnu Pati,SDPO,Berhampur , in a telephone discussion. 

Yesterday at late night our BN Pur Police team lead by Sub Inspector, Kaushik Majhi seized 216 ltrs of foreign liquor from Hanskia outlet at Khodasingi while three sales persons are selling in back door. In connection we have arrested three persons those identified as  Kalu Sethy of  Khodasing,Jitendra Kumar Majhi of Kabisurynagar and Babuni Behera  of Ramanagar 2nd lane,Lanjipali.Pati the SDPO said.

In connection BN Pur Police registered a case no 85/2019 u/s 52(a) Odisha Excise Act. 

The investigation going on.

Report;Manoj Kanta Dash,Pranya Panda,Odishabarta 

Berhampur,17/04/19: As the second phase Poll is  scheduled  on Thursday , authorities in the  Ganjam district communicated for  enforcing a strict 48-hour closure of liquor shops in Ganjam , partly to frustrate attempts by candidates to buy ballots with booze, a potent election-time blandishment for poor voters across the Ganjam. 

Closure of liquor shops is routine during state or national elections. It is also a time to control for valued voters of the district, where politicians using liquor to buy votes is a common phenomenon. The Election Commission has been tightening oversight to ensure that candidates don’t hand out liquor and other blandishments to voters.

 The Berhampur Police department haul around 216 litres of foreign liquor from Hansika Wine Shop,the entry point to the Berhampur Mahanagar. 

 “We made various seizures all over the Berhampur. The general trend is that distribution of liquor during this election has been very minimal compared to what it used to be earlier," said  Pinak Mishra,SP,Berhampur That’s also due to the strong stance taken by the Election Commission." 

Alcohol is among the biggest revenue earners for most states, and rules governing alcohol and its pricing vary. Monitoring the movement of alcohol is a big concern for enforcement agencies tasked with preventing its smuggling’s,SP said. 

 “Election is one of the reasons (for the increase in smuggling cases), but the main reason (for the seizures) is that we have started a special drive and deployed all our staff for this," said BIshnu Pati,SDPO,Berhampur , in a telephone discussion. 

Yesterday at late night our BN Pur Police team lead by Sub Inspector, Kaushik Majhi seized 216 ltrs of foreign liquor from Hanskia outlet at Khodasingi while three sales persons are selling in back door. In connection we have arrested three persons those identified as  Kalu Sethy of  Khodasing,Jitendra Kumar Majhi of Kabisurynagar and Babuni Behera  of Ramanagar 2nd lane,Lanjipali.Pati the SDPO said.

In connection BN Pur Police registered a case no 85/2019 u/s 52(a) Odisha Excise Act. 

The investigation going on.

Report;Manoj Kanta Dash,Pranya Panda,Odishabarta 

Berhampur,17/04/19: As the second phase Poll is  scheduled  on Thursday , authorities in the  Ganjam district communicated for  enforcing a strict 48-hour closure of liquor shops in Ganjam , partly to frustrate attempts by candidates to buy ballots with booze, a potent election-time blandishment for poor voters across the Ganjam. 

Closure of liquor shops is routine during state or national elections. It is also a time to control for valued voters of the district, where politicians using liquor to buy votes is a common phenomenon. The Election Commission has been tightening oversight to ensure that candidates don’t hand out liquor and other blandishments to voters.

 The Berhampur Police department haul around 216 litres of foreign liquor from Hansika Wine Shop,the entry point to the Berhampur Mahanagar. 

 “We made various seizures all over the Berhampur. The general trend is that distribution of liquor during this election has been very minimal compared to what it used to be earlier," said  Pinak Mishra,SP,Berhampur That’s also due to the strong stance taken by the Election Commission." 

Alcohol is among the biggest revenue earners for most states, and rules governing alcohol and its pricing vary. Monitoring the movement of alcohol is a big concern for enforcement agencies tasked with preventing its smuggling’s,SP said. 

 “Election is one of the reasons (for the increase in smuggling cases), but the main reason (for the seizures) is that we have started a special drive and deployed all our staff for this," said BIshnu Pati,SDPO,Berhampur , in a telephone discussion. 

Yesterday at late night our BN Pur Police team lead by Sub Inspector, Kaushik Majhi seized 216 ltrs of foreign liquor from Hanskia outlet at Khodasingi while three sales persons are selling in back door. In connection we have arrested three persons those identified as  Kalu Sethy of  Khodasing,Jitendra Kumar Majhi of Kabisurynagar and Babuni Behera  of Ramanagar 2nd lane,Lanjipali.Pati the SDPO said.

In connection BN Pur Police registered a case no 85/2019 u/s 52(a) Odisha Excise Act. 

The investigation going on.

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Bhubaneswar,18/04/19:The stage is set for the second phase of polling for five Lok Sabha and 35 Assembly seats in Odisha today. A total of 76.93 lakh voters are eligible to cast their franchise for Bargarh, Sundergarh, Bolangir, Kandhamal and Aska Lok Sabha seats and 35 Assembly seats under these parliamentary constituencies spread across western and southern Odisha. 

Of the total voters, 39.45 lakh male, 37.47 lakh female and 605 others will cast their votes in 9,117 booths, said sources at Chief Electoral Officer (CEO). 

A total of 35 candidates are in the fray for the five Lok Sabha seats including 30 male and five female candidates. Similarly, 244 candidates are contesting for the 35 Assembly seats of which 219 are male and 25 female. 

In 739 booths, central forces have been deployed and in 883 booths web casting will be done. As many as 892 booths will be under the scrutiny of micro-observers. Like the first phase polls, mock polling will be conducted 90 minutes prior to voting. The polling process will begin at 7 AM and continue till 6 PM in the evening. In view of security concerns at 13 booths, voting process will continue till 4 PM while more than 60,000 employees will be on-duty at different booths. 

“To ensure smooth conduct of voting, many steps have been taken by the Election Commission. In 883 booths, web casting has been done and 623 CCTV cameras have been installed. For the first time, vehicles of all the sector officers will be tracked via GPS,” said CEO Surendra Kumar.

 

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Bhubaneswar,18/04/19:The stage is set for the second phase of polling for five Lok Sabha and 35 Assembly seats in Odisha today. A total of 76.93 lakh voters are eligible to cast their franchise for Bargarh, Sundergarh, Bolangir, Kandhamal and Aska Lok Sabha seats and 35 Assembly seats under these parliamentary constituencies spread across western and southern Odisha. 

Of the total voters, 39.45 lakh male, 37.47 lakh female and 605 others will cast their votes in 9,117 booths, said sources at Chief Electoral Officer (CEO). 

A total of 35 candidates are in the fray for the five Lok Sabha seats including 30 male and five female candidates. Similarly, 244 candidates are contesting for the 35 Assembly seats of which 219 are male and 25 female. 

In 739 booths, central forces have been deployed and in 883 booths web casting will be done. As many as 892 booths will be under the scrutiny of micro-observers. Like the first phase polls, mock polling will be conducted 90 minutes prior to voting. The polling process will begin at 7 AM and continue till 6 PM in the evening. In view of security concerns at 13 booths, voting process will continue till 4 PM while more than 60,000 employees will be on-duty at different booths. 

“To ensure smooth conduct of voting, many steps have been taken by the Election Commission. In 883 booths, web casting has been done and 623 CCTV cameras have been installed. For the first time, vehicles of all the sector officers will be tracked via GPS,” said CEO Surendra Kumar.

 

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