15 IPS Officers Transferred In Maharashtra, Jai Jeet Singh Made The New ATS Chief
- Indian Masterminds Bureau
- Published on 10 Oct 2020, 1:07 pm IST
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15 IPS officers have been transferred in Maharashtra on 9 October. Jai Jeet Singh has been appointed as the new Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) Chief replacing Deven Bharti.
- Chief Minister of Maharashtra Mr. Uddhav Thackeray ( Courtesy : Twitter)
In a major bureaucratic reshuffle, 15 IPS officers have been transferred by the Maharashtra government on Friday 9. The list also includes the appointment of the new Anti-terrorism Squad (ATS) Chief in Maharashtra.
1990-batch IPS officer, Jai Jeet Singh has been appointed as the new ATS Chief, replacing IPS officer Deven Bharti. Bharti was currently awaiting posting after being transferred from the position of ATS Chief. He will now hold the charge of Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) in state security corporation.
According to the transfer order issued on 9 October, Nawal Bajaj who was also waiting for posting has been promoted to ADGP Economic Offences Wing (EOW).
IG Konkan Range, Niket Kaushik has also been transferred and appointed as joint commissioner of EOW, Mumbai Police. Whereas, Rajvardhan who serving as the EOW chief has now been transferred from the Atrocities department to Women Protection.
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