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A BIG ACTION BY THE ELECTION COMMISSION, THE HOME SECRETARIES OF 6 STATES WERE REMOVED FROM THE POST

Sarojini Bishi

New Delhi: Big action of the Election Commissioner before the Lok Sabha elections. The Election Commission has removed the home secretaries of Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. Not only this, the Election Commission has also removed the DGP of West Bengal. The Election Commission of India has issued a directive. According to information, the Election Commission has ordered the removal of home secretaries of six states, including UP-Bihar, before the Lok Sabha elections. The commission has taken this step to maintain free, fair and transparent elections in these states. The Election Commission has also removed the Secretary of the Public Administration Department of Mizoram and Himachal Pradesh. In addition, the Election Commission has ordered the removal of BMC i.e. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal, Additional Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner.

The Election Commission has also taken necessary steps to remove West Bengal Director General of Police Rajeev Kumar. Apart from this, the Election Commission has directed all the state governments to remove the officials who have been in the same region for more than three years and the officials in their own state related to election related work. The commission has taken this step when the Lok Sabha election date was announced last Saturday. The Election Commission has taken this step to avoid any untoward situation during the elections in these states.

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