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10 IPS officers transferred to other states, UTs

10 IPS officers transferred to other states, UTs

New Delhi: As many as 10 Indian Police Service (IPS) officers (AGMUT Cadre) who were holding key posts in districts and other units transferred to other states and Union Territories from the city.

According to Transfer Orders from Ministry of Home Affairs, Ajay Chaudhary, a 1996-batch IPS officer, who is Joint commissioner of police, (New Delhi) range transferred to Mizoram whereas Ishwar Singh IPS (AGMUT 2004) currently Additional CP (traffic) and Omvir Singh (Additional CP Vigilance) too, have been transferred out to Puducherry and Chandigarh.

Moving to district level policing, as many as five districts DCsP/unit, vice principal and one Additional DCP transferred to other states. The orders further claimed that Rajneesh Gupta, IPS officer, AGMUT, 2006 batch, currently DCP Rohini, Romil Baniya — 2007 batch IPS (Vice Principal PTC) transferred to Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh.

Aslam Khan — DCP North West and Pankaj Singh — DCP East sent to Goa. Rajiv Ranjan Singh (IPS 2010) and Esha Pandey (IPS 2010) transferred to Arunachal Pradesh whereas 2015 batch IPS officer Vineet Kumar will be going to Chandigarh from Delhi.

Seven IPS officers will come to Delhi after getting transferred from other states and union territories. The names include Neeraj Thakur (IPS 1994 batch), LH Shanliana (IPS-1996), Shivaji Sinha (IPS-2001), PN Khrimey (IPS-2004), Brijendra Kumar Yadav (IPS-2010), Ingit Pratap Singh (IPS-2011) and Abhishek Dhania (IPS-2012) have been transferred to the city.

The copy of the order sent to chief secretary Mizoram (Aizwal), Goa (Panaji), Delhi (Govt of NCT), Arunachal Pradesh (Itanagar), Andaman and Nicobar Islands (Port Blair), Puducherry, Commissioner of Police (Delhi), Advisor to Administrators of Chandigarh, Daman&DIU and Dadra &Nagar Haveli, Lakshadweep, Prl Secretary to Lt. Governor (Delhi)

The order copy further claimed that all the segments are requested to ensure that the corresponding relieving order and also the physical relieving of the officer, must take place within seven days from the date of this order (11/1/2019). In case of any kind of delay in relieving/joining on the part of segment concerned and or the officer concerned, the officer would be deemed "Stand Relieved" from that segment concerned.

"The officer concerned will be liable for attendant consequences in terms of clause 9 (viii) of the Guidelines of Transfer/Posting 2016 and the period beyond 7 days shall be treated as "Wilful and unauthorized absence from duty" within the meaning of extant statutory rules, without further notice.

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