Nation At 9: Has Maharashtra government’s decision to bring in CBI hurt the image of Mumbai cops?

By NewsX Bureau | Updated: 6 November 2015 , 11:06 pm

Dreaded underworld don Chhota Rajan is back in India after 27 years. But in what has been seen as a massive blow to the Mumbai Police, the government has transferred the Rajan case to the CBI. This comes after Rajan had clearly declared that he did not want to be handed over to the Mumbai Police. The handing over of the 78 cases registered against Rajan, most of which are for violent crimes – is a damning commentary on the competence of the Mumbai Police. The opposition has blamed the government asking them to clarify on whether they believe the Mumbai cops are not competent enough to handle the case.

First Published | 6 November 2015 11:06 PM
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