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Maha CM approves suspension of 5 cops for partying with dons

Sunday, January 03, 2010 07:50:27 PM, UNI

Five Mumbai cops face suspension for partying with don: Mumbai Police faced further embarrassment Saturday as five policemen, including an Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, faced possible suspension for attending a Christmas eve party thrown by a mafia don..... Read Full

Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan today approved the recommendation of the city police commissionerate to suspend five police officers, including Deputy Commissioner of Police V N Salve and Assistant Commissioner of Police Prakash Wani for allegedly attending a party hosted by underworld don Chota Rajan gang members in suburban Chembur last week.


Following Chavan's approval all the officers will be placed under suspension from today and will face a departmental probe.


Meanwhile, according to a report from Pune, Chavan told mediaperson after a function there that detailed probe will be carried out before taking any action against the officers.


He also said that strict action will be taken against the suspended officers if they are found guilty. He expressed his concern over the incident, involving top officials, which has created a bad name for the police department.


Government has demanded an explanation as to why action should not be taken against them, he said.


Police Commissioner D Sivanandan had sent a proposal yesterday to the state goverment recommending suspension of the five police officers, who allegedly attended the Christmas party reportedly organised on behest of Rajan's close aid D K Rao.


The suspended police officers also include Senior Police Inspector of Anti-Extortion Cell (Thane) A Khalatkar, Senior Police Inspector T Kakkad and Constable Salunkhe.


According to police manual, services of these cops could be terminated if found guilty after the probe.


Police said they have the photographic and CCTV footage as proof against the officals.


Rao, who was the chief guest in the party, was released recently after 13-years of imprisonment. The Party was also attended by Farid Tanasha and Sunil Poddar, who have criminal records against them.

























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