Non-T Police Inspectors being Shifted Ahead of GHMC Polls

Some inspectors, who were transferred, expressed their displeasure before their seniors

Published: 03rd November 2014 06:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd November 2014 06:07 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Ahead of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) polls, Telangana government appears to have decided to transfer some non-Telangana police inspectors or station house officers (SHOs), working in Hyderabad range, including Hyderabad and Cyberabad police commissionerates, to other wings from law and order.

According to sources, higher officials of the police department, recently asked all non-Telangana inspectors to get ready for moving to other wings.

For instance, AV Satyanarayana, who was working as Jeedimetla police inspector, was transferred and attached to Hyderabad Commissionerate. Babji, Shamirpet inspector, was transferred to Cyberabad Commissionerate.

Both Satyanarayana and Babji do not belong to Telangana. Some inspectors, who were transferred recently, expressed before superiors their displeasure over the way they were shifted, and said that they were deliberately transferred to other wings against transfer rules and regulations.

For instance, a non-Telangana inspector who got marred to a woman of Telangana, was also asked to get ready for transfer to another wing. The inspector, however, managed to retain his post in Cyberabad with recommendation from a city MLA.

Some inspectors are also getting ready to take the issue to the notice of Governor ESL Narasimhan and Union home ministry by submitting a representation very soon. Some of the transferred inspectors have already contacted Raj Bhavan officers for an appointment with the Governor.

Meanwhile, all the superintendents of police (SPs) and police commissioners in Hyderabad and Cyberabad are understood to have received oral orders a few days ago to list the names of non-Telangana inspectors, who should be transferred to other wings from law and order. When Express contacted a senior police officer, he replied that these were routine transfers and nothing new in the ongoing shuffling.

Total 43 inspectors are working in law and order in Cyberabad and at least 100 Inspectors are working in Hyderabad Commissionerate. Of them, a few are natives of other states.

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