CAT stays top cop`s transfer
Bangalore: The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) on Tuesday stayed the transfer of additional police commissioner (Law and Order) T Suneel Kumar as IGP and Commandant of Anti-Naxal Force (ANF), Udupi.
Hearing an application filed by Suneel Kumar challenging his transfer, a division bench headed by Judge Shanthappa stayed the transfer, observing it was in violation of the Karnataka Police Amendment Act-2012.
In his application, Kumar had submitted that his transfer has not been recommended by Police Establishment Board, which is as per section 120 B of the above Act.
Alok Kumar, who headed the ANF, was posted as Additional Police Commissioner (Law and Order), Bangalore City, according to an official notification here yesterday.
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