Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, August 6
Senior Punjab Police officer Narinder Bhargav today took over the charge as the new Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Ludhiana.
Bhargav has replaced DCP Naveen Singla, who has been made Commandant of 3rd IRB.
Content to be called as the peoples’ police officer, Bhargav stressed that it would be appreciable if the police officers treat all residents equally.
Bhargav accorded the outgoing Commissioner of Police Pramod Ban and DCP Naveen Singla today and met the police officers.
After taking a stock of the security situation, he convened a meeting with the Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (ADCP), Headquarter, Sukhpal Brar, and ADCP-Special Security, Harmohan Singh.
“My method of policing is simple. People facing problem should not hesitate in approaching the police officer and there should be a fear of law and the police officer in the eyes of the criminal. Maintaining law and order would be my top priority,” Bhargav added.
He is among the list of highly qualified police officers in the state. Bhargav holds educational qualification in MSc and PhD in Physical Sciences.
Before joining the Police Department, he was the senior research fellow of the Bureau of Police Research and Development.
During his student days, he was a keen cricketer and represented Punjabi University, Patiala, in the North Zone Inter-University Tournament.
He has worked in various districts as Deputy Superintendent of Police, Superintendent of Police and Senior Superintendent of Police (Vigilance), Ludhiana. He has also worked as Senior Superintendent of Police, Barnala, Gurdaspur, Nawanshahr, Mansa and Tarn Taran.
Before taking the charge of DCP, he was Commandant of 3rd IRB.
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