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Odisha’s Special Security Battalion Tattoo Ban

by Nita Mishra

Odisha’s Special Security Battalion has banned tattoos. Now, no soldier in the battalion can get a tattoo on their body. If someone already has a tattoo, they must remove it within 15 days. This decision came from the office of the Deputy Commissioner of Police of Odisha Police’s Special Security Battalion, with a notice issued on Wednesday.

The notice clearly states that undisciplined behavior will not be tolerated in the disciplined department. However, this rule does not apply to any other police besides the Special Security Battalion.

It’s important to note that Special Security Guards (SSGs) often get tattoos on their neck, hands, and other parts of their bodies. This has been seen as disrespectful to the Odisha Police’s honor. Taking this into account, the directive was issued by the Deputy Commissioner’s office of the Special Security Battalion.

The letter also mentions that a list of tattooed individuals will be prepared, and they will be asked to remove their tattoos within 15 days. Departmental action will be taken against those who violate this directive.

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