The Maharashtra government has transferred 50 senior IPS officers. Those who are transferred include the officers of the ranks of director general (DG), additional director general (ADG), special inspector general (SIG), and deputy inspector general (DIG). Rashmi Shukla State Intelligence Department (SID) commissioner was promoted and given charge as DG (Citizens Protection. Mumbai’s ADG (law and order) Vinoy Kumar Choubey has been transferred to ACB. ADG Railways Jay Jeet Singh has been sent to ACB too. Yashasvi Yadav and Rajkumar Vhatkar have been posted as new joint commissioners of traffic and administration in Mumbai. IG Deepak Pandey has been made the new Nashik police commissioner.IG Vishwas Nangre Patil and Milind Bharambhe have been named joint commissioner of police (law and order) and joint commissioner of police (crime) in Mumbai, respectively.
Rajnish Seth, ADG (law and order)too, has been promoted to the post of state’s ACB chief. Deven Bharti has been moved out as the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) chief and ADG Vinay Kargaonkar has been transferred from the traffic department. Mumbai has also got five new additional commissioners – Sanjay Darade, Viresh Prabhu, Satya Narayan, Gyaneshvar Chavan, and Sandeep Karnik have been given postings of east region, crime branch, south region, central region, and west region, respectively.

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