West Bengal, Dec 29: BJP Bengal president and MP Dilip Ghosh attack the West Bengal ruling government over the reshuffle of IPS officers in the Bengal cadre following an attack on J P Nadda’s convoy on Monday.
“There is a war going on between the central and the state government. When the central government has called for a deputation, they have to go, be it today or tomorrow, they have to go. If the government thinks that they can transfer them or promote them, this won’t happen. As per administrative laws, the government has to release them,” said Dilip Ghosh.
IPS officers Dr. Bholanath Pandey, SP, Diamond Harbour district has been posted as Superintendent of Police, Home Guard by the West Bengal government. Avijit Banerjee, who was the Superintendent of Police of the Barasat Police district, has been posted as SP Diamond Harbour police headquarters.
Raj Narayan, the Deputy Commissioner of South Zone of the Howrah Police Commissionerate was named as the new SP of the Barasat Police District.
The Union Home Ministry on Thursday has issued Central deputation orders for the three West Bengal IPS officers who were on duty when BJP chief JP Nadda’s convoy was attacked.
The three police officers of West Bengal have been issued Central postings on charges of negligence. The Ministry of Home Affairs took action against the trio under IPS Cadre Rule 6 (1).