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Maharashtra government orders transfer of 84 IPS officers

Mumbai | The Maharashtra government has transferred or promoted as many as 84 IPS officers in a major reshuffle in the police establishment.

According to an order issued by the home department yesterday, among these 84 officers, Suvez Haque, Pune Rural Superintendent of Police, has been transferred and posted as Deputy IG of Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) in Mumbai. Sandip Patil, serving as SP of Satara district, will take over as Pune Rural SP.

Special IG of Aurangabad Milind Bharambe has been transferred and appointed Special IG (Law and Order) Mumbai. IPS officer Prakash Mutyal, serving as IG of SRPF at Nagpur, will succeed Bharambe in Aurangabad.

Similarly, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Pune City, B G Gaykar has been promoted and posted as Additional Commissioner of Police, Nagpur City. SP CID, Nagpur S B Rokde has been promoted and posted as DIG (Anti-Corruption Bureau), Mumbai.

DCP Zone II, Nagpur City, Rakesh Ola will take charge as Superintendent of Police of Nagpur (Rural) in place of Shailesh Balkawde, who has been transferred to Naxal-affected Gadchiroli district as SP. Ravindra G Kadam, Joint Commissioner of Police in Pune, has been transferred to Nagpur in similar position, according to the order.

Similarly, IPS officer S T Bodkhe, Joint Commissioner of Police in Nagpur, has been shifted to Pune in similar capacity, it added.

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