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AP Chief Election Commissioner Mukesh Kumar Meena has stated that he is awaiting orders from the Election Commission to take action against several IAS and IPS Officers in the state. He also mentioned that the Election Commission sought explanations from the Chief Secretary and DGP regarding complaints lodged by opposition parties.

It appears that a showdown is imminent against some high-ranking officials in Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy’s administration for allegedly violating election rules. Chief Secretary Jawahar Reddy and DGP Rajendranath Reddy are speculated to be removed from their positions.

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Additionally, there are widespread rumors circulating in authoritative circles that the EC is preparing to transfer half a dozen IAS and IPS officers, with an order expected today or tomorrow. If this materializes, it would mark the first time that both the Chief Secretary and the Police Chief are sidelined simultaneously.

There’s a possibility that the EC might appoint senior IPS officers to fill the position of DGP in the state. Dwaraka Tirumala Rao, currently serving as the MD for RTC, is reportedly a frontrunner for the role due to his reputation for integrity. This potential move could pose a significant challenge to the YSRCP.

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Chief Secretary Jawahar Reddy has been perceived to comply with Jagan’s directives consistently, even after the Election Code came into effect, raising concerns about potential political favoritism in decision-making.

Police Chief Kasireddy Rajendranath Reddy is also rumored to be on the brink of a transfer. Allegations suggest that despite holding the position of DGP, the entire police system operates under the influence of ‘Tadepalli’. Criticisms were leveled against him regarding security lapses during Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Chilakaluripet, with claims that he lacks control over district SPs.

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The Election Commission is closely monitoring the state’s situation, including the ruling party’s actions and the cooperation of administrative machinery. So far, six IPS officers and three IAS officers have been reassigned. Official sources note that this marks the first instance in the history of the EC where