DIG Shukla takes charge of law and order in Pondicherry

Published: 11th June 2012 11:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th June 2012 11:26 AM   |  A+A-

DIG ID Shukla, an IPS officer of the 1995 batch and belonging to the AGMU (Union Territories cadre), has been allotted the subject of security and coastal security.

As per orders issued on Saturday, Shukla will be in charge of administration of the Police Department, headquarters, Law and Order, Traffic, Policing of Police, Motor Transport, Central Control Room, Protection of Civil Rights and any other subject assigned by the IGP.

Similarly,the other DIG Atul Katiyar, of the 1997 batch has been allotted Armed Police and Training, Puducherry Armed Police, Crime and Intelligence, CID, Special Branch and Intelligence, India Reserve Battalion, Police Training School, Home Guards, Wireless and any other subject earmarked by IG of Police.

New SSP Appointed

Four more IPS officers, who joined the administration recently, have been allotted different assignments.

Parwaiz Ahmad, an IPS officer, has been appointed as the new Senior Superintendent of Police (Law and Order) and Headquarters on Saturday.

R A Sanjeev has been appointed as the Senior Superintendent of Police (Crime and Intelligence) and Omvir Singh as the Commandant India Reserve Battalion.

Another IPS officer Bhairon Singh Gurjar has been appointed as the managing director of Pondicherry Industrial Promotion, Development and Investment Corporation (PIPDIC).

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