Amit Lodha, a 1988 batch IPS officer, is an officer of the Indian Police Service, who has caught many notorious criminals through a brilliant strategy. Amit Lodha, who is called ‘Super Cop’ of Bihar, caught the dangerous criminal Vijay Samrat of district Sheikhpura after hard work, after which he was awarded the Gallantry Award. Amit Lodha is not only a great police officer but also a good writer and he proved his art with his first book ‘Bihar Diary’.
IPS Amit Lodha on Twitter
Despite being a writer of a bestseller book, IPS Amit Lodha is followed by only a few people on twitter. His account can be reached at @Ipsamitlodha7 on twitter and it has been followed by only over 7k people.
Amit Lodha, a 1988 batch IPS officer, hails from Rajasthan. Amit Lodha joined the administrative service at a very young age. Apart from this, he also remains in the headlines for his personality. Although he is a brave police officer of criminals. Presently Amit Lodha is posted as Inspector General of Police.
He has been awarded the President’s Police Medal for meritorious services. He has also won the Internal Security Medal.
Amit Lodha had cracked the IIT exam, but he later decided to join the Administrative Services. IPS Amit Lodha has given maximum service in Bihar Police Service. He has also been the DG of BSF in Jaisalmer.
Movie on IPS Amit Lodha
A Bollywood film is being made on the life of IPS Amit Lodha in which Akshay Kumar is in the lead role. Neeraj Pandey, who has made many big films including Baby, MS Dhoni, is making this film. The film is inspired by Amit’s book Bihar Diaries. He said that in the film there are things related to the life of police officers and catching the criminal who killed 70 people during posting in Bihar. Amit, who was a school topper, did engineering from IIT Delhi, then became an IPS officer. He has also written books, now soon he will also appear in films.
Amit said that if the accused in a case is not a habitual crook or criminal, then he should have a counsel gender. The police should talk well with the youths caught from the crowd. Sometimes the police catch people in a hurry and many innocent people have to bear the brunt of it. He told a story that while being SSP in Gaya, Bihar, he immediately released some innocent people whom the police had caught. This was also appreciated by the court.
The fascinating narrative of how IPS Amit Lodha apprehended Vijay Samrat, one of Bihar’s most feared ganglords, known for extortion, kidnapping, and the massacre of scores of people, is told in Bihar Diaries.
During Amit’s term as superintendent of police of Shekhpura, a small mofussil town in Bihar, the book recounts the adrenaline-fueled hunt through three states. How does Amit balance his work responsibilities with his personal demons? When the ganglord comes after his family, what will he do? The struggle of nerves between a feared outlaw and a young, urbane IPS officer is eloquently depicted in Bihar Diaries.