Coimbatore, Tiruchy get new police commissioners

The state government on Tuesday transferred the police commissioners of Coimbatore and Tiruchy.

Published: 15th November 2017 07:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th November 2017 07:32 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: The state government on Tuesday transferred the police commissioners of Coimbatore and Tiruchy.

A Amalraj, who was commissioner of the Coimbatore city police, has been transferred to the same post in the Tiruchy city police, while A Arun, the  Tiruchy city police commissioner, will now serve as Addl. Commissioner (traffic) of the Chennai city police.

K Periaiah, who was serving in Arun’s new role, has been posted as the Coimbatore city police commissioner.

The transfers come into effect immediately. Besides these transfers, R Dhinakaran, IGP (Administration) is now posted as IGP (Establishment). G Venkataraman, who was IGP, Civil supplies, CID, has taken Dhinakaran’s old posting.

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