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Ten SPs transferred in Haryana

Written by: Staff
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Chandigarh, Apr 24 (UNI) In a major police reshuffle in Haryana, the state government today transferred 14 IPS officers, including ten District Superintendents of Police, with immediate effect.

Mr Rajbir Singh Deswal, Superintendent of Police (SP) Ambala has been posted as SP, Vigilance. He replaces Mr Ram Singh Bishnoi, an official spokesman said.

Mr Bishnoi has been appointed SP Rewari in place of Mr C S Rao, who becomes SP, Rohtak.

Mr Subhash Yadav, SP, Rohtak had been made SP, Bhiwani in place of Mr Saurabh Singh who has been shifted to Fatehabad.

Mr Saurabh Singh replaces Mr Bhim Singh, who has been posted as SP, Narnaul in place of Mr K V Ramana.

Mr Ramana has been posted as SP, Yamunanagar vice Mr Sultan Singh, who has been posted as SP, Sirsa in place of Mr Ajay Singhal.

Mr Singhal has been appointed as SP, CID against a vacancy.

Ms Suman Manjari, SP, Railways, Ambala and Ms Bharti Arora, Commandant, IInd battalian, HAP, Madhuban will swap their places of posting.

Mr Rajinder Singh, SP, Sonepat and Mr Yoginder Nehra, SP, Faridabad (Rural) at Palwal will also swap their places of posting.

Mr Amitabh Dhillon, awating posting orders, goes as SP, Ambala.

Mr Man Singh, DSP, Rohtak has been posted as DSP, Bahadurgarh against vacant post while Mr Sumit Kumar, DSP, Jhajjar becomes DSP, Rohtak. Mr Jagat Singh, DSP, Ferozepur Zhirka goes as DSP, Kalka vice Mr Patram Singh, whose posing order will be issued later on.

Mr Dhyan Singh, DSP, Crime Branch has been posted as DSP, Ferozepur Jhirka.

UNI MA MA BST1842

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