PMPML Chief  IAS officer Tukaram Mundhe transferred for third time in four...

PMPML Chief  IAS officer Tukaram Mundhe transferred for third time in four years|Transferred to Nashik

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PMPML Chief  IAS officer Tukaram Mundhe transferred for third time in four years|Transferred to Nashik
PMPML Chief  IAS officer Tukaram Mundhe transferred for third time in four years|Transferred to Nashik

PMPML Chief  IAS officer Tukaram Mundhe transferred for third time in four years|Transferred to Nashik

Tukaram Mundhe, chairman and managing director of Pune Metropolitan Transport Corporation, has finally been transferred. Tukaram Mundhe will now be the new Commissioner of Nashik Municipal Corporation. Nashik municipal commissioner Abhishek Krishna has been transferred to Mumbai. Tukaram Mundhe is known as a disciplined and devoted officer. He was transferred as the new Commissioner of Municipal Corporation of Navi Mumbai to PMPML Chairman and Managing Director. Nayana Gunday has been appointed in place of Mundhe. Similarly, Pune Municipal Corporation’s Additional Commissioner, Prerana Deshbharar has been transferred and he has been appointed in the Mantralaya.

PMPML Chief  IAS officer Tukaram Mundhe transferred for third time in four years|Transferred to Nashik
PMPML Chief  IAS officer Tukaram Mundhe transferred for third time in four years|Transferred to Nashik

IAS officer Tukaram MundheTransferred to Nashik

Mundhe had taken action against unarmed employees since taking charge of PMPML and also ‘political’ interference in PMPML’s work was completely stopped. That is why efforts are being made at different levels to remove Munde. Within a few days after Mundhe assumed the charge, the officials of both the parties had been hit with him. The allegations were made against the people who did not behave in a dignified manner. At the general meetings, many councilors expressed their anger openly. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had also chanted chains for transfer of Mundhe. He has finally been transferred as Nashik’s Commissioner.

Only last month, Mundhe had dismissed 158 contractual drivers over their unsatisfactory attendance record.
As a result, the news of his transfer was greeted with relief by some employees. “He would not tolerate any kind of inefficiency. He meant business. He wanted his plans implemented, fully and thoroughly,” an employee said.

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