Maharashtra Revokes Transfer Order For 10 Deputy Commissioners of Police

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Maharashtra Revokes Transfer Order For 10 Deputy Commissioners of Police

The transfer order which was issued for the 10 Deputy Commissioners of Police (DCPs) in Mumbai by Maharashtra Home Deparment was repudiated after three days on Sunday as Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh stated. As indicated by some sources, the order for the transfer of DCPs of Mumbai Police had been issued on Thursday. But as per the fresh order issued on Sunday, the transfer was cancelled and the DCPs were asked to continue with their current postings.

Mr. Deshmukh expressed that as The Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) just as his office have disavowed the transfers done by the Mumbai Police Commissioner. The minister, nonetheless, didn’t determine any purpose for the dropping of the transfer order. He likewise said that there was acceptable coordination among the MVA partners Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress-and there were no distinctions

In the mean time, sources in the home department said the transfers were done on the exhortation of the bureaucracy since they were long-pending, however the government did a reevaluate taking into account the coronavirus pandemic. It was expressed by the sources that the transfers were cancelled since the government felt any progressions at this point would hurt the coordination procedure and furthermore sway the on-ground arrangement of police work force, who are the bleeding edge COVID – 19 warriors.

According to the past order, DCPs from Zone VII, Protection, SB-I, Port Zone, CB (Detection), Zone XI, Cyber, Zone I, Operation and LA Tardeo were moved to various zones in the city police division. The authorities expressed that the order issued today has been marked by Joint Commissioner of Police (Administration) Naval Bajaj.

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