Maharashtra DGP and Mumbai Police Commissioner clash over transfer of 187 cops

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Hearings in the case related to the transfer of 187 police officers by DGP of Maharashtra Sanjay Pandey at the Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal (MAT) have brought to light the disharmony between DGP Pandey and Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale. 

Maharashtra DGP and Mumbai police Commissioner clash over transfer of 187 cops

Disharmony between Maharashtra DGP and Mumbai police Commissioner over transfers of 187 cops. (Left: Mumbai Police Commissioner, Hemant Nagrale, Right: Maharashtra DGP, Sanjay Pandey) (Picture credits: PTI)

Hearings in the case related to the transfer of 187 police officers by DGP of Maharashtra Sanjay Pandey at the Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal (MAT) have brought to light the disharmony between DGP Pandey and Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale.

DGP Sanjay Pandey had issued orders for the transfer of 187 Mumbai police officers and out of them many were not relieved by Mumbai Police Commissioner Nagrale.

Following this, many of those police officers filed a case with MAT regarding the transfer orders. Nagrale had objected to the transfer orders issued by Sanjay Pandey and had also complained to the state government against him in December last year.

Disharmony between Maharashtra DGP and Mumbai Police Commissioner over transfers

The hearing held on January 20 in the case VJ Jadhav vs State of Maharashtra, the MAT bench observed that there appears disharmony between DGP and Commissioner and this is not the forum for that.

MAT bench during a hearing held on January 24 also asked Pandey to file an affidavit to explain why the transfer of 187 police personnel from Mumbai police was ordered by him and why Commissioner of Police Nagrale was not consulted on it.

Both Pandey and Nagrale are DG rank officers and both report directly to the State Home government. After the transfer orders were issued , Nagrale did not relieve many officers and stated the reason that there were no substitutes provided for them and the officers were needed for maintaining law and order. It was also stated that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there was a shortage of staff and so the concerned officers will be relieved only when substitutes are provided or during regular transfers by month of April.

The PEB ( Police Establishment Board ) meeting minutes where the transfers were decided were submitted with MAT and showed that Nagrale and the Additional Chief Secretary had not signed them. Sources said that Mumbai police mentioned that the administrative difficulties due to these transfers were not taken into account by PEB.

Mumbai Police Commissioner not consulted over transfer orders

MAT also observed that the concerns raised by the Mumbai Police Commissioner regarding the transfer of 187 personnel without providing any substitutes. MAT also observed that DGP, while ordering transfers, should have considered replacement of these personnel and that there had been no coordination between authorities.

It was also observed that the grievances raised by the Mumbai Police Commissioner also have to be considered.

The observation by the tribunal also said that the DGP was above the Mumbai Commissioner and the order issued by him under section 22(N) (2) of the Maharashtra Police Act had to be followed. There appears to be disharmony between the DGP and the Mumbai Police Commissioner and for that, this is not the forum.

Considering the disobedience of the order passed, the tribunal also mentioned that once the order has been issued by DGP it has to be implemented by the Mumbai Police Commissioner, then why the transferred personnel haven’t been relieved.

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