Mumbai Police chief Sanjay Barve gets second three-month extension; 1987-batch IPS officer took over in February

Sanjay Barve, a 1987-batch IPS officer who took over as the Police Commissioner of Mumbai in February, was due to retire on 31 August, 2019

Asian News International November 30, 2019 17:33:30 IST
Mumbai Police chief Sanjay Barve gets second three-month extension; 1987-batch IPS officer took over in February
  • A Cabinet committee on Friday approved a proposal of Ministry of Home Affairs for extension in service of Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Barve for a period of three months

  • The proposal has been extended in relaxation of Rule 16 (1) of All India Services Rules, 1958 as a special case in the public interest, a government official said

  • Earlier in August, the committee had given nod to the proposal of Ministry of Home Affairs for extension Barve's service for a period of three months beyond his superannuation.

Mumbai: The Appointments Committee of Cabinet on Friday approved a proposal of Ministry of Home Affairs for extension in service of Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay S Barve for a period of three months.

The proposal has been extended in relaxation of Rule 16 (1) of All India Services Rules, 1958 as a special case in the public interest, a government official said.

Earlier in August, the committee had given nod to the proposal of Ministry of Home Affairs for extension Barve's service for a period of three months beyond his superannuation.

Barve, a 1987-batch IPS officer, was due to retire on 31 August, 2019. On February 28, Barve had taken over as the Police Commissioner of Mumbai.

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