solapur From getting a job in the police department to serving in the department during his 29 years of service, 16 transfers due to political pressure, random comments in the service book, administrative and judicial battles against him, promotions due to apathy and strangulation of the management. Solapur Police Commissioner Harish Baijal will retire tomorrow, May 31. In the police department, the honest, loyal and effective application of the law, most of the officers have to suffer due to the corrupt alliance of the ruling political leaders and the top administration officials. Such self-esteem is viewed with skepticism by officials who do not adapt to the system. In advanced Maharashtra, officials like Arivad Inamdar are a prime example. It is seen that Harish Baijal has also been added.
Harish Maganlal Baijal passed the examination for the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police of the Maharashtra Public Service Commission in 1990. From then on, they had to constantly fight against injustice. The changes brought about by the anger of political leaders are characteristic of their long-term revenge. The system not only expressed its anger at them by making changes, but also went to great lengths not to make them arrive at the right time, even at the time of promotion. The singularity of Baijal was that he did not succumb to the politicians, he did not succumb to the system and he always appealed to the corresponding court. It is true that they always got justice, but it took a long time. Justice was served and the resulting retaliation turned out to be unfair.
Harish Baijal spoke about how justice can be done for the common man in the position where he worked. While working in Mumbai, he launched a campaign against those who don’t wear helmets and seat belts. Even the then Minister of the Interior R. r Patil was not spared either. On the main roads, two lanes were opened for light vehicles without the use of heavy vehicles. Forced to cover vehicles that transport sand, stone and earth as canvas. He was also the first to use the six-month penalty for drunk driving. While working at the Bribery Prevention Department in Nashik, action was taken against 124 bribers in a single year increasing the number to 40-50. Most of his tenure was spent in non-executive appointments, ie secondary level positions, for some 22 years.
In the last phase, he only spent eight months as Solapur Police Commissioner, but he did a great job in Solapur. While maintaining law and order, he also carried out various social activities. He tried to help increase the declining number of sparrows by distributing sparrow nests to some 20,000 children. He tried to get employment for third parties and also organized training in the garment industry for families of police officers to get jobs.