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Rajasthan: CM Bhajan Lal Sharma-led government transfers 67 IPS officers in administrative reshuffle

Rajasthan news: According to the department, Jaipur Rural Superintendent of Police Shantanu Kumar Singh has been given additional charge of Superintendent of Police, Dudu and Bhiwadi SP Anil Kumar has been given the additional charge of Superintendent of Police Khairthal Tijar.

Reported By : Manish Bhattacharya Edited By : Sheenu Sharma
Jaipur
Updated on: February 16, 2024 22:07 IST
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Image Source : PTI (FILE) Rajasthan: CM Bhajan Lal Sharma-led government transfers 67 IPS officers in administrative reshuffle.

Rajasthan news: In a major reshuffle in the police department, the Rajasthan government today (February 16) issued transfer and posting orders for 67 Indian Police Service (IPS) officers, according to the order issued by the Department of Personnel.

In the order issued by the Personnel Department, the Deputy Inspector General of Police and Superintendent of Police level officers are included in the transfer list. Two officers have been given additional charges.

Preeti Chandra, working as Deputy Inspector General, Armed Battalion, has been appointed as Additional Commissioner of Police, Traffic and Administration, Jaipur Commissionerate. Deputy Inspector General of Police, Civil Rights and Anti Human Trafficking, Dr Vikas Pathak has been appointed at the Personnel department, Police Headquarters.

Similarly, Deputy Inspector General SOG Yogesh Yadav has been transferred as Deputy Inspector General Armed Battalion in place of Deputy Inspector General Preeti Chandra. In the transfer list, Superintendents of Police of 35 districts including Sikar, Sriganganagar, Hanumangarh, Bhiwadi, Dholpur, Anupgarh, and Udaipur have been changed.

According to the department, Jaipur Rural Superintendent of Police Shantanu Kumar Singh has been given the additional charge of Superintendent of Police, Dudu and Bhiwadi Superintendent of Police Anil Kumar has been given the additional charge of Superintendent of Police Khairthal Tijar. 

IAS transferred in Rajasthan

The Rajasthan government on Thursday (February 15) transferred 11 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers, including four district collectors. According to the order issued by the Personnel Department, Sushma Arora, working on the post of Managing Director of RIICO (Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation), has been appointed as Managing Director in Rajasthan Cooperative Dairy Federation Limited, Jaipur.

Inderjit Singh, who was working as Commissioner of Rajasthan Housing Board, Jaipur, has been appointed as Commissioner and Special Government Secretary, Information Technology and Communication Department. Along with this, he has been given the additional charge of Commissioner Rajasthan Housing Board.

According to the order, Nakate Shivprasad Madan, Commissioner, Medical Education Department and Commissioner, Food Safety and Drug Control Commissionerate, has been made the Managing Director of RIICO and Commissioner Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor and Iqbal Khan has been made Commissioner Medical Education in place of Nakate Shivprasad Madan.

Shruti Bhardwaj has been made the District Collector of Deeg from Neemkathana and Deeg Collector Sharad Mehra has been made the District Collector of Neemkathana. Dudu District Collector Artika Shukla has been made the District Collector of Khairthal-Tijara and Hanuman Mal Dhaka has been made the Dudu District Collector in his place.

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