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Bhubaneswar, April 20: Inspector-In-Charge (IIC) of Badachana Police Station in Jajpur district of Odisha has become a talk of their town for his blatant day light violation of the lockdown orders.

The IIC-Deepak Jena recently went from his district with his family members to Puri and tried to forcefully enter into the temple premises even after being intercepted by a guard stationed there.

As per the lockdown order, the temple is closed for any outsider for darshan. Only some selected servitors are allowed to perform the daily rituals of the 12th century temple.

Jena was also said to have used a seized vehicle and fixed a yellow siren on top of the car to take his family members to the temple. A case of trespassing has now been registered with the Swargadwar police station in Puri city.

Director General of Police Abhay has now suspended the erring officials for his misconduct.

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