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A N Roy reappointed as Maharashtra DGP

Senior IPS officer A N Roy,who was removed from the post of Maharashtra police chief following a Bombay HC order,has been reappointed.

Written by Agencies | Mumbai |
January 22, 2010 12:34:30 pm

Senior IPS officer A N Roy,who was removed from the post of Maharashtra police chief following a Bombay High Court order,was reappointed Director General of Police.

Orders to the effect have been issued,” Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Chandra Iyengar said.

The 1972 batch IPS officer was removed from the post in February last year after the court deemed his appointment as DGP in February 2008 as invalid.

Terming Roy’s appointment as arbitrary,the court had asked Maharashtra government to appoint a new DGP within four weeks.

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In February 2008,S S Virk (1970 IPS Batch),J D Virkar (1972 IPS Batch) and S Chakraborty (1972 IPS Batch) were the three most senior IPS officers in the state,with Roy coming after them.

Roy piped all of them to the post as Virkar voluntarily withdrew his candidature. Chakraborty went to court on losing out and Virk was apparently sidelined.

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