Over 30 IPS officers transferred in Maharashtra

Written By Unknown on Senin, 13 April 2015 | 22.23

MUMBAI: Over 30 IPS officers were transferred and some of them were promoted in Maharashtra on Monday.

A new post of joint commissioner of police, economic offences wing, has been created in Mumbai and Dhananjay Kamalakar will be posted there.

Meanwhile, state ATS chief Himanshu Roy has been transferred to state police housing. He will be replaced by Vivek Phansalkar, city police's joint commissioner for administration. Phansalkar has been promoted.

Among others transferred include senior IPS officer Satish Mathur who was Pune police commissioner. He has been promoted as director general for Legal and Technical.

SP Yadav who headed state CID has been transferred as Nagpur police commissioner. Meanwhile, Nagpur police commissioner KK Pathak has been transferred as Pune police commissioner.

Mumbai police's joint commissioner post has been filled in by Deven Bharti, who was inspector general of police, law and order in the state police.


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