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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has initiated action on the basis of Solar Commission report. Four officials who earlier investigated the case were removed.

SPs Reji Jacob, Ajith, DySPs Jaisan K Abraham, Sudarshan, CIs Roy and Biju K Poulose were transferred.

Action against them was taken following the Commission report that they showed dereliction of duty in the solar probe.
Earlier, Solar case investigation head A Hemachandran had been removed as Crime Branch chief. Now he is KSRTC MD. ADGP K Padmakumar has been appointed as Market Fed MD. Probe will be carried out after filing case against Padmakumar and DySP K Harikrishnan for destroying evidence. The special investigation team will also probe the role of officials including A Hemachandran.

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