14 IPS officers reshuffled in Delhi
- Indian Masterminds Bureau
- Published on 7 Nov 2020, 9:21 pm IST
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The orders were issued by the central government on 6th November. All the officers will take the new charges immediately.
- Lt. Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal
In a major bureaucratic reshuffle 14 IPS officers were transferred and have been given new postings in the national capital. The orders were issued by the central government on 6th November. All the officers will take the new charges immediately, the notification said.
It included 2010 batch IPS Shweta Chauhan who has been appointed as Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Recruitment. Along with her, Pranav Tayal has been made the Additional DCP-I, South-East District while Shanker Choudhary has been given the charge of Additional DCP-I, Dwarka District. Both officers are of 2011 batch.
A 2012 batch officer Devesh Kumar Mahla has been given the charge as Additional DCP-I, North-East District. Meanwhile, Surendra Choudhary will assume the charge of DCP, Traffic. Mr. Chaudhary secured a rank for IPS in 2013. MA Rizvi and Kumar Gyanesh has been transferred and posted as DCP, P&L and DCP, Supreme Court Security respectively.
Other officers who got transferred include RP Meena, BL Suresh, Susheel Kumar Singh, Ajay Pal Singh, Chepyala Anjitha , Sikandar Singh and Shweta Singh Chauhan. All of them are ‘Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Police Services’ (DANIPS) officers
1997-Batch officer, RP Meena will take the charge as DCP, Security. BL Suresh has been posted DCP, 5th Battalion, Delhi Armed Police (DAP) while Susheel Kumar Singh will take over the charge of Additional DCP-II, Rohini District.
Ajay Pal Singh has been appointed Additional DCP, Traffic and and Chepyala Anjitha has been given the charge of Additional DCP-II, New Delhi District. Sikandar Singh and Shweta Singh Chauhan will take charges as (DANIPS 2009- Additional DCP, Security and Additional DCP-II, Central District respectively.
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