JAIPUR: Rajasthan's Churu Police is facing flak after hundreds of male and female constables were caught on camera dancing on streets here to give a wedding-like farewell to a senior IPS officer.
According to media reports, around 100 male and female police constables carried out a grand procession during which they were seen dancing to the tune of a DJ while bidding adieu to their superior Rahul Barhat, the outgoing SP of Churu.
During the celebrations, the senior IPS officer was seated on a decorated horse and his colleagues danced around it.
The procession began from the police lines and concluded at the Superintendent of Police's residence.
Hundreds of onlookers watch the procession and made videos as the cops danced to the tunes of the DJ in full uniform.
"It was the best tenure of my career as the SP Churu. I was here for three years and I am fully satisfied with the successful tenure," Barhat said.
Barhat, a 2007-batch IPS officer, was recently transferred as the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Jaipur east.
The video of the incident has now become viral on the social media with people raising questions if it is permissible under the service rules.