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Maharashtra govt cancels orders issued by Mumbai Police Commissioner for internal transfer of DCPs

DNA Sunday, 5 July 2020
Earlier on Thursday, Commissioner Param Bir Singh had transferred 10 deputy commissioners of police (DCP) in the region.
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