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Rashmi Shukla may soon be Maharashtra DGP or Mumbai CP: Neta | India News


MUMBAI: IPS officer Rashmi Shukla, whom the state government recently cleared of charges of illegal phone tapping of politicians, is expected to be empaneled as director general as early as next week, said a BJP minister on Tuesday.
Shukla, an IPS officer of the 1988 batch, is currently posted as additional director general of Central Reserve Police Force in Hyderabad. She is the most senior IPS officer in the state after DG Hemant Nagrale, who is retiring on October 31. She is senior to IPS officer Rajnish Seth, the state DGP. Shukla retires in June 2024.
The state government will send a vigilance clearance report to the Centre to empanel her as DG, said the minister. This will pave the way for her to be appointed as state DGP or Mumbai police commissioner.
The state government had recently rejected the city police’s proposal seeking permission to prosecute Shukla. The former state intelligence chief was accused of tapping phones of NCP leader Eknath Khadse and Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut. The Colaba police had in March registered a case against Shukla for tapping the phones of these leaders in 2019. The SID (state intelligence department) in their application seeking permission had provided the numbers of the duo with their names changed and claimed that they were involved in anti-social activities.
Earlier this month, police had filed a closure report in a separate case against Shukla for the alleged illegal phone tapping of state Congress president Nana Patole. Patole had alleged his phone was tapped during 2016-2017 on the pretext that it belonged to one Amjad Khan involved in narcotics smuggling. Shukla was Pune police commissioner at the time.


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