Top IPS Officer Anand Mishra Resigns, Plans for Social Service


Guwahati : Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Anand Mishra, presently serving as the Superintendent of Police in Lakhimpur, has submitted his resignation from the IPS, effective January 16, 2024.

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In a letter addressed to the chief secretary, SP Mishra expressed his decision to step down, stating, “This is to submit my unconditional resignation from the IPS to pursue a life of freedom and independence that I want to realize through various social services and other means that are beyond the mandate of IPS.”

Known for his steadfast efforts in combating the state’s challenges, including the drug war, cattle smuggling, and robbery, IPS Mishra has gained widespread recognition. His popularity extends to millions of internet followers, applauding his grounded personality and humility.

The announcement comes as Mishra, during his tenure as the Superintendent of Police in Dhubri, became an overnight sensation before being transferred to Nagaon. His resignation marks a shift toward a life dedicated to social service beyond the confines of the IPS.

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