A day after his appointment, ACB chief told to return to Delhi Police
New Delhi, June 9 : Delhi's AAP government on Tuesday directed M.K. Meena to return to Delhi Police, a day after Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung appointed him the government's Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) chief [Jung-Kejriwal tussle continues: Delhi LG appoints new chief of anti-corruption branch]
"He has been told to go back to Delhi Police since there is no post of joint commissioner of police in the ACB," a government official told IANS.
Meena on Monday replaced S.S.Yadav as the ACB head. Jung also shunted out seven police inspectors to the department.
The AAP government slammed the unilateral move, calling it a conspiracy.
Meanwhile, this is what the notice read:
JUST IN: Delhi govt sends notice to IPS officer Mukesh Kumar Meena asking not to occupy 'non-existent post' at ACB. pic.twitter.com/36ifh4343O— The Indian Express (@IndianExpress) June 9, 2015