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Haryana government transferred 20 Indian Police Service (IPS) officers

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The Haryana government transferred 20 Indian Police Service (IPS) officers, including the Gurugram commissioner of police.

Here are the details of the transfers:

Kala Ramachandran, the Gurugram commissioner of police, has been posted as Additional Director General of Police (ADGP)-Administration.

Vikas Arora, the Faridabad commissioner of police, has been posted as the new Gurugram commissioner of police.

Rakesh Kumar Arya, the IGP Rohtak Range, has been posted as the new Faridabad commissioner of police.

Om Parkash Singh, the ADGP Haryana State Narcotics Control Bureau, has been posted as ADGP State Crime Record Bureau and ADGP Cyber.

Ajay Singhal, the ADGP Anti-Corruption Bureau, has been posted as ADGP State Crime Branch.

Arshinder Singh Chawla, the ADGP Administration, has been posted as ADGP Haryana State Enforcement Bureau with additional charge of ADGP/Telecom-IT.

TVSN Prasad, the ADGP Prisons, has been posted as ADGP Railways.

Mamta Singh, the ADGP Haryana State Enforcement Bureau, has been posted as ADGP Home Guards.

M Ravi Kiran, the ADGP South Range, has been posted as ADGP Prisons.

Rajender Kumar, the IGP CM Flying Squad, has been posted as the new IGP South Range.

Amitabh Singh Dhillon, the IGP HSNCB, Madhuban, has been posted as IGP Anti-Corruption Bureau with additional charge of IGP Modernisation and Welfare.

Virender Kumar, the DCP Traffic, Gurugram, has also been given the additional charge of DCP East, Gurugram and in-charge of the Emergency Response System.

Nitish Agarwal, the DCP East, Gurugram, has been posted as the Superintendent of Police, Mahendergarh.

Vikrant Bhushan, the Superintendent of Police, Mahendergarh, has been posted as the Superintendent of Police, Sirsa.

The transfers come barely days after the appointment of Shatrujeet Kapur as the new Director General of Police (DGP) of Haryana. Kapur took over as the DGP on August 16, succeeding P K Agrawal, whose term ended on August 15.

The reshuffle is seen as a routine exercise to improve efficiency and to give the officers a wider exposure. However, it is also being seen as a way for the new DGP to bring in his own team.

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