Eight Punjab IPS officers promoted to ADGP rank, 10 transferred

Of those promoted, two are on central deputation

Eight Punjab IPS officers promoted to ADGP rank, 10 transferred

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Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 4

The Punjab government on Tuesday promoted eight IPS officers on 1995 and 1996 batch to the rank of Additional Director General of Police (ADGP).

The government also issued new postings for 10 IPS officers, including five of the eight freshly promoted.  

Those promoted as ADGP were Kapil Dev, Pramod Ban, M F Farooqui, Amit Prasad, G. Nageswara Rao, Vibhu Raj, Rajiv Ahir and Lk Yadav.

Of those, Kapil Dev and Rajiv Ahir are on central deputation.

The new postings/transfers included -- Rohit Choudhary -- Special DGP State Human Rights Commission (to fill vacancy on superannuation of DGP Mohd Mustafa); Ram Singh-ADGP Modernisation with an additional charge of Cyber Crime and State Crime Records Bureau; Pramod Ban- ADGP Special Crimes and Economic Offences; M F Farooqui-ADGP Public Grievances; Amit Prasad-ADGP Counter-Intelligence and Organised Crime Control Unit (OCCU); Vibhu Raj-ADGP Vigilance Bureau; L K Yadav-ADGP Vigilance Bureau; Kaustubh Sharma-IG Jalandhar range and additional charge IG OCCU; Gurpreet Singh Toor-DIG Ropar Range; and Surjit Singh-DIG Faridkot Range.

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