Kolhapur sex scandal: SP transferred, 2 officials suspended
Mumbai: Under fire over the alleged sexual
harassment of woman trainee constables in Kolhapur,
Maharashtra government on Friday announced transfer of district
superintendent of police Yashasvi Yadav and suspension of two
senior police officers.
Deputy superintendent of police Vijay Parkale, and police
inspector (PI) Dnyaneshwar Mundhe have been suspended.
The announcement was made by Home Minister RR Patil here.
It comes in the backdrop of reports that some women
trainee constables have complained to the additional
superintendent of police of Nashik, Maithili Jha -- appointed
by the state government to probe the matter and submit a
report -- about alleged sexual harassment.
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