Delhi LG transfers senior IAS, police officers

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New Delhi, June 20 (UNI) Delhi Lt Governor Tejendra Khanna has ordered the transfer and postings of some senior Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and police officers in the capital.

Among the significant transfers are that of Ms Nita Bali, IAS (AGMU-74), Chairperson, Delhi Civil Supplies Corporation (DSCSC), who is transferred and posted as Chairperson and Managing Director, Delhi Financial Corporation and will hold additional charge as DSIIDC chairperson.

In another reshuffle, Mr Vijay Kumar Dev, IAS, secretary-cum-Commissioner (Food and Supplies), will also hold additional charge of DSCSC chairperson.

Ms Jayshree Raghuraman, IAS, presently on ex-India leave, is posted as Managing Director, DSCSC, a release from the LG Office said.

In Delhi Police, Joint CP (Special Branch) S Prakash has been transferred and posted as Joint CP (Operations), while Additional CP (Operations) Ujjwleshwar Mishra has been shifted and posted as Additional CP (Special Branch). He will also look after the charge of Additional CP (Operations) till further orders.

DCP (Special Branch) Neeraj Thakur has been transferred as DCP (Crime and Railways), while DCP (4th Battalion DAP) I D Shukla has been posted as DCP (Anti-Corruption).

DCP (North West District), Manish Kumar Aggarwal is relieved on transfer to Pondicherry and DCP (Crime and Railways) Anil Shukla is relieved on transfer to Arunanchal Pradesh.

Mr P Dass, transferred from Goa, has been posted as DCP (4th Battalion DAP), while Additional DCP-1 (South District) Narendra Singh Bundela has been transferred and posted as DCP (North West District).

Additional DCP (Crime&Railways) R K Jha has been transferred and posted as Additional DCP-II (West District), while Mr M L Meena looking after the work of Additional DCP (West District), has been made Additional DCP (Security).

Mr P C Hota, DCP (Anti-Corruption) has been shifted and made DCP (2nd Battalion, DAP).

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