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Haryana Government promoted two IPS officers from Additional Director General of Police to rank of Director General of Police with immediate effect

- Posted on 30 June 2020

Chandigarh, June 30– Haryana Government has promoted two IPS officers from Additional Director General of Police to the rank of Director General of Police with immediate effect. Among those promoted are Muhammad Akil, and Dr. R.C. Mishra.

          Besides this, the State Government has also issued transfer and posting orders of 10 IPS and one HPS officers with immediate effect.

   P.K. Agrawal, DGP/Crime has been posted as DG, SVB, Haryana.

         On promotion, Muhammad Akil, ADGP/HQ with additional charge of Commissioner of Police Gurugram has been posted as DGP/Crime with additional charge of Director, SCRB, Madhuban.

         On promotion, Dr. R.C. Mishra, ADGP/South Range, Rewari has been posted as M.D, Haryana Police Housing Corporation with additional charge of Director, FSL, Madhuban.

          Alok Kumar Roy, ADGP/Ambala Range has been posted as ADGP/M&W PHQ.

 Shrikant Jadhav, ADGP/M&W PHQ with additional charge of ADGP/SCRB has been posted as ADGP/Haryana Narcotics Control Bureau, Panchkula.

   K.K. Rao, Commissioner of Police, Faridabad has been posted as Commissioner of Police, Gurugram.

         Mr. O.P. Singh, SPL Officers (Community Policing & Outreach in CMs Office) has been posted as Commissioner of Police, Faridabad.

         Awaiting for posting, Vikas Kumar Arora has been posted as IGP, South Range, Rewari.

         Y. Puran Kumar, IGP, Prisons has been posted IGP, Ambala Range.

 Krishan Murari, SP, HPA, Madhuban has been posted SP, PTC, Sunaria in addition to his present duty.

 Sanjay Ahlawat, HPS, Additional Commandant, 1st IRB, Bhondsi, has been posted Commandant IRB, Bhondsi.

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