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Sunday, 13 October 2013 17:01

Police dept witnesses several transfers; ACP Kavita goes to Mysore, Venkatesh Prasanna to IGP’s office

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Mangalore, Oct 13: Within few days of District in-charge Minister B Ramanath Rai stating that several transfer are in the pipeline, to ‘cleanse’ the police department in the district, Dr Venkatesh Prasanna who was for long associated with the City Crime Bureau and Kavitha, the City Central Assistant Commissioner of Police have been transferred along with couple of other officials. kavita

While Kavitha has been transferred to Krishnaraj Sagar sub division in Mysore range, Dr Venkatesh Prasanna will remain in the city and will be posted in the office of the Inspector General of Police (Western Range).

It is the third transfer order for Mr Prasanna over the last 15 days after he was transferred from CCB to Directorate of Civil Rights Enforcement and then to the District Central Records Bureau (DCRB).

Surprisingly Jayant Shetty, who was the DySP at Karkala has not been given posting yet and is on a paid holiday.

He was posted to the headquarters in the city and then to the IGP's office before the elections, under the Election Commission guidelines.

Rural police inspector Ravish Nayak has been posted to the Mangalore airport immigration section as against his earlier posting to Bhatkal, while Mr Belliappa, who was to succeed him at the rural station here has been retained in Bhatkal.

Inspector Dinakar Shetty, who had been earlier transferred to Belthangady, is now posted to Pandeshwar. Lingappa Poojary has been transferred to Belthangady and Manjayya to Puttur town station.

 

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Like [0]Dislike [4] #1 sanghi, mangalore2013-10-14
its a bad news to all mangalorean , that Still Venkatesh prasanna in police department !!
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