Three days after the Maharashtra Residence Division issued an order for the switch of 10 Deputy Commissioners of Police (DCPs) in Mumbai, it was revoked on Sunday.
Maharashtra Residence Minister Anil Deshmukh on Sunday stated the switch order has been revoked.
In keeping with an official, the order for the switch of DCPs of Mumbai Police had been issued on Thursday. However as per the contemporary order issued on Sunday, the switch was cancelled and the DCPs had been requested to proceed with their present postings.
“The Chief Minister’s Workplace (CMO) in addition to my workplace have revoked the transfers completed by the Mumbai Police Commissioner,” Mr Deshmukh stated.
The minister, nevertheless, didn’t specify any cause behind the cancellation of the switch order.
He stated there was good coordination among the many MVA allies Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress- and there have been no variations
In the meantime, sources within the house division stated the transfers had been completed on the recommendation of the forms since they had been long-pending, however the authorities did a rethink in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
“The transfers had been cancelled for the reason that authorities felt any adjustments at this juncture would damage the coordination course of and in addition affect the on-ground deployment of police personnel, who’re the frontline COVID -19 warriors,” the sources stated.
A police official stated, “As per the house division’s new order, the DCPs had been requested to proceed with their present postings.”
As per the contemporary order, DCP (Operation) Pranay Ashok has been given the extra cost of Zone V in central Mumbai after it fell vacant following DCP Niyati Thacker’s becoming a member of of the Intelligence Bureau as Joint Deputy Director.
DCP N Ambika (Headquarter) was additionally given further cost of Zone III after DCP Abhinash Kumar was despatched on central deputation, the official added.
As per the earlier order, DCPs from Zone VII, Safety, SB-I, Port Zone, CB (Detection), Zone XI, Cyber, Zone I, Operation and LA Tardeo had been transferred to totally different zones within the metropolis police division.
“The order issued at present has been signed by Joint Commissioner of Police (Administration) Naval Bajaj,” the official added.