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IPS officer Bharati Ghosh resigns after being removed as West Medinipur SP: Sources

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IPS officer Bharati Ghosh resigns after being removed as West Medinipur SP: Sources

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 29 Dec 2017, 05:12 am

Kolkata, Dec 28 (IBNS): Days after she was removed from Superintendent of Police (SP)'s post, senior IPS officer Bharati Ghosh put forward her resignation letter to the state police department on Thursday, sources said.

Besides submitting resignation letter, Bharati Ghosh, who often referred West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as 'mother', also applied for a 90-day leave.

According to sources, promotee IPS officer Bharati Ghosh took the step, three days after she was transferred to the post of Commanding Officer (CO) of State Armed Police (SAP-3rd Battalion) at Barrackpore, which is considered as a comparatively less important post.

Earlier on Dec 25, Bharati Ghosh was replaced by another senior IPS officer Alok Rajoria, who was serving as SP of neighbouring East Medinipur district. 
 
However, neither Bharati Ghosh nor state police's DG Surajit Kar Purakayastha has officially commented on the matter so far while a source at state secretariat Nabanna told IBNS that Ghosh's resignation letter is likely to be accepted on Friday.

(Reporting by Deepayan Sinha)
 

IPS officer Bharati Ghosh resigns after being removed as West Medinipur SP: Sources

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