Bulk transfers of IAS-IPS officers after poll results

  • BJP-Congress have complained against many officials to EC

Abhay Sharma, Bhopal
Amid the implementation of the code of conduct in the 2023 assembly elections, many IAS-IPS officers have been the target of the ruling party and the opposition. There are some officers who were considered the apple of the government’s eye and were continuously given field postings, but the ruling party made allegations against them and filed a complaint against them in the Election Commission. There is a strong discussion in the ministry too that after the counting of votes, whether Congress or BJP comes to power, there will be wholesale transfers of bureaucrats.

After the implementation of the code of conduct, this time Congress appeared aggressive in the matter of complaints. Bhind SP Manish Khatri was removed by the Election Commission on the complaint of Leader of Opposition and Congress candidate from Lahar, Dr. Govind Singh. SP Bhind was accused of posting police station in-charges in Ater and Lahar on the recommendations of BJP leaders. At the same time, BJP complained about IPS Hitesh Chaudhary that it has been three and a half years since he has been working as Superintendent of Police in Railways, and also he has been entrusted with the responsibility of election related work. After the complaint, IPS Hitesh Chaudhary was posted as PHQ. Officials posted in the ministry are also seen saying that because of the elections, many officials have refused to go to the field.

BJP leaders have opened a front against Chhatarpur Superintendent of Police Amit Sanghi. Officials including BJP state president VD Sharma complained to the DGP and the Election Commission in this regard, stating that due to the Chhatarpur SP’s Congress mentality, the case was filed against him with the intention of benefiting the Congress candidate and causing political harm to the BJP candidate. Has been recorded. before being posted in Chhatarpur, IPS Amit Sanghi was posted as SP in Gwalior and after seeing the work done by him, the government had posted him in Chhatarpur. The video of the debate between Gwalior Collector Akshay Singh and Congress candidate Praveen Pathak on the day of voting is also making a lot of headlines.

BJP not happy with Bhind collector

Just a few months before the implementation of the code of conduct, Sanjeev Srivastava has been posted as DM in Bhind district. Before being posted in Bhind, IAS Sanjeev Srivastava had been Collector in Umaria district. According to ministry sources, he is also one of the favorite officers of the government. Many BJP leaders are currently said to be angry with him. However, after being posted in Bhind, Sanjeev Srivastava has made a special place in the hearts of the people due to his working style.

Officers eager to know list of Digvijaya, Kamal Nath

PCC Chief Kamal Nath recently said several times about bureaucrats that the list of officers working in favor of BJP is reaching him from the districts. He issued a formal letter to all the candidates, in which information has been sought about the officers who have sided with the ruling party. Kamal Nath had made serious allegations against Superintendent of Police Shailendra Singh posted in Morena.

Former CM Digvijay has also said that when the government comes to power, action will be taken against the officers who harass and harass the workers. Officials in the ministry are trying to know whose names are in the list prepared by Digvijay Singh and Kamal Nath.

Complaints made against them

On behalf of the Congress, complaints were made to the Election Commission against many officials including Ashoknagar Collector Subhash Kumar Dwivedi, Chanchoda SDM Vikas Kumar Anand, Chief Minister’s OSD Neeraj Vashishtha, Sagar Collector Deepak Arya, demanding their removal from the post and necessary action.

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