Organisations oppose proposed transfer of DC D. Randeep

Organisations oppose proposed transfer of DC D. Randeep

March 5, 2018

Mysuru:  Strongly opposing the Government’s move to transfer Mysuru Deputy Commissioner (DC) D. Randeep, SBM Manju Sneha Balaga, Nagarikara Samskrutika Vedike and KRRS have urged the Government not to transfer the DC.

Addressing a press  meet here yesterday, SBM Manju Sneha Balaga Hon. President Falcon Boregowda said that DC Randeep has been working honestly ever since he took charge as Mysuru DC in Aug. 2016.

Listing out the achievements of the DC, he said Randeep has the credit of hosting the world’s largest yoga event last year.

Pointing out that Randeep has neither completed three years of service in Mysuru nor he is a native of Mysuru to be transferred with polls round the corner, he urged the Government to drop the move and continue him in his present post.

Mysuru Nagarikara Samskrutika Vedike Founder President K.S. Nagaraj said that DC Randeep had strived to put Mysuru on the world map by conducting several programmes and events, which included mass yoga demonstration which entered the Guinness Book of World Records.

Strongly condemning the proposed transfer, Nagaraj urged the Government not to transfer the DC. KRRS leader Ashwath Narayan Raje Urs said that the Government should put a break to the transfer of honest officers.

Maintaining that Randeep was a honest officer who always responded to the people’s problems, he demanded the Government to withdraw DC Randeep’s transfer order immediately.


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