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Maharashtra’s Bureaucratic Rejig: 16 IPS Officers Transferred

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Uddhav Thackeray

The Government of Maharashtra has issued an order recently citing the transfer of 16 senior IPS officers as a major bureaucratic rejig.

Rashmi Shukla State Intelligence Department (SID) Commissioner has been given charge as Director General (DG) of Police, Citizens Protection.

Vinoy Kumar Choubey, ADG (law and order) Mumbai has been posted to Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB).

Jay Jeet Singh, ADG Railways has also been posted to Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB).

Yashasvi Yadav has been given the charge of Joint Commissioner – Traffic and Administration, Mumbai.

Rajkumar Vhatkar is to assume the charge of Joint Commissioner – Traffic and Administration, Mumbai.

Deepak Pandey Inspector General (IG) of Police has been transferred and posted as Commissioner, Nashik Police.

Vishwas Nangre Patil has been made Joint Commissioner of Police (law and order), Mumbai.

Milind Bharambhe has been made Joint Commissioner of Police (crime), Mumbai.

Also Read: Maharashtra’s Administrative Rejig: 18 IAS Officers Transferred

Rajnish Seth has been promoted to the post of ACB Chief.

Deven Bharti has been posted as the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) Chief, whereas, Vinay Kargaonkar ADG has been shifted from the traffic department.

Further, Mumbai has also got five new additional commissioners – Sanjay Darade, Viresh Prabhu, Satya Narayan, Gyaneshvar Chavan, and Sandeep Karnik have been given postings of east region, crime branch, south region, central region, and west region, respectively.

Also Read: Haryana’s major administrative rejig: 12 IAS officers transferred

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