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February 04, 2004

Barely 71 days after taking over, Mumbai Police Commissioner Dr Parvinder Singh Pasricha was unceremoniously 'kicked upstairs' as Director General of Police and managing director of the Maharashtra State Police Welfare and Housing Corporation on February 3.

Expressing his 'hurt and humiliation' over this sudden move, Mumbai's former top cop has taken extended leave. The state government says it was a 'routine' transfer.  But the Opposition claims the move was politically motivated, with the Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party wanting its own man for the slot. 

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Number of User Comments: 80




Sub: Coruption rules India

Nothing new in this exercise of "normal routine"! Democracy provides for it! Politicians preserve this systwm as a treasure of valuables!They are fully aware of ...


Posted by B.Gautam





Sub: why was pasricha moved

no honest man in this country can function. i wonder how he was allowed to carry on for 71 days. name any political party or ...


Posted by arun agarwal





Sub: Transfer of Mumbai TopCop

On the one hand we have Politician-Babu nexus inless than transperent dealings, on the other straight & upright Beaurocrats are shunted out whimsically! 2.We hope ...


Posted by C D Pereira





Sub: pasricha's transfer

He has been moved because of vested interest of the politicians.... It is pathetic that the cream of Indians ,who aspire to be IAS and ...


Posted by sangeeta oberoi





Sub: Why was he moved ?????

This is just one of the political stunts that has made a scapegoat of a honest officer. And morever this has gone unnoticed by the ...


Posted by vikram




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