Mangaluru: MCC commissioner Akshy Sridhar transferred

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Feb 2: The state government has transferred Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) Commissioner Akshy Sridhar with immediate effect.

Chenanabasappa K (KAS), who was serving as additional deputy commissioner in Tumakuru district, will replace Akshy Shridhar until further orders.

The 2017-batch IAS officer, Akshy Sridhar was appointed as the commissioner of the MCC in 2020. 






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  • Rajesh M Gatty, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 03 2023

    The Commissioner with good mannerism especially politeness and very easily approachable officer. I wish him good luck in his future en devour.

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  • Benedict, Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 02 2023

    The worst Commissioner in history of Mangalore is gone. During his tenure Mangalore city wad floating on sewage water. God save Mangalore city.

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  • Yaane, Urva

    Thu, Feb 02 2023

    Akshy sridhar have completed almost 3 years of his tenure as commissioner. He did lot of better work and was a people friendly officer where as his predecessors like ajit hegde, nazeer were arrogant and corrupt. They became commissioners through political influence where as akshy sir came to Mangalore as a Messiah of mangaloreans. Wish him all the best to his future postings.

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  • Abdul, Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 02 2023

    True. He is very polite person. Even I was shocked when I met him the way he spoke to me

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Thu, Feb 02 2023

    Maybe he didnt approve 40%. So does it mean that whoever does rajdharma wil have difficulty. Voters must realise this

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