IPS Officers Transferred Across TN

Published: 15th June 2014 08:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th June 2014 08:27 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: The government on Friday transferred a few IPS officers across the State. P Kandaswamy, additional director general of police, who returned from a study leave to USA, has been posted ADGP, technical services, Chennai, in the existing vacancy.

Vinit Dev Wankhede, who was serving as inspector general of police, technical services, Chennai, has been posted as member secretary of Tamil Nadu Uniformed Services Recruitment Board, Chennai, in the existing vacany.

S Xavier Dhanaraj, who was serving as deputy commissioner of Anna Nagar in Chennai, was posted as Superintendent of Police, vigilance and anti-corruption, southern range, Chennai, replacing C Maheswari, who has been posted as SP, vigilance and anti-corruption, western range, Chennai.

K A Senthil Velan, who was replaced by Maheswari, will join Union government’s Intelligence Bureau on deputation.

K Sugumaran, deputy commissioner (crime), Coimbatore city police, has been transferred and posted as commandant, Tamil Nadu special police, Palani. K Balraj, who was posted as commandant of the TN special police in Palani has been transferred to Madurai in the same wing.

R V Ramya Bharathi, who was posted in Madurai as commandant of the TN special police, is going on child care leave.

E T Samson, deputy commissioner (crime) Tirunelveli city police, has been transferred and posted as superintendent of police, railways, Tiruchy, in the existing vacancy.


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