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Mumbai: NMMC gives fire department charge to transport boss!

Mid-Day Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation has given the chief fire officer's position, which was vacant for four years, to the head of its transport department. Experts, and even serving NMMC officials, said the appointment is a blatant violation of fire safety norms.

Executive Engineer (Transport) Shirish Adarwad's appointment was...
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