SRINAGAR The government on Wednesday ordered transfer of eleven police officers and one among them was heading a division and four were heading the district units.
According to a home department order, Dr. S. D. Singh, IPS (JK: 1995), IGP, Jammu has been transferred and posted as IGP (CIV), PHQ against an available vacancy.
M. K. Sinha, IPS (JK: 1996) awaiting orders of posting has been posted as IGP, Jammu vice Dr. S. D. Singh.
Rafeequl Hassan, IPS (JK: 2005) Incharge DIG, Armed, Jammu has been transferred and posted as Incharge DIG, Armed Police, IRP, Kashmir against an available vacancy.
Tejinder Singh, IPS (JK: 200B), SSP, Budgam has been transferred and posted as SSP, Jammu, relieving Vivek Gupta, Incharge DIG, JSK Range of the additional charge of the post.
Rayees Mohammad Bhat, IPS (JK: 2010), SSP, Udhampur has been transferred and posted as AIG (Tech), PHQ. One equivalent level post from overall cadre strength of IPS is transferred to PHQ for the purpose of drawal of salary of the officer.
Rajiv Omparkash Pande, IPS (JK: 2010) SSP, Poonch has been transferred and posted as SSP, Udhampur vice Rayees Mohammad Bhat.
Nagpure Amod Ashok, IPS (JK: 2013) SP, Hazratbal has been transferred and posted as SP, Budgam vice Tejinder Singh.
Sudhanshu Verma, IPS (JK: 2015) SDPO, Sadder, Srinagar has been transferred and posted as Incharge SP, Hazratbal vice Nagpure Amod Ashok.
Ramesh Kumar Angral, SSP (A) CID Hqrs has been transferred and posted as SSP, Poonch vice Shri Rajiv Omparkash Pande.
Sumir Kotwal, Deputy Commandant, IR 15th Battalion has been transferred and posted as SP CID (A) Hqrs Shri Ramesh Angral and Master Popsy, Addl. SP, awaiting orders of posting in PHQ has been posted as Deputy Commandant, IR 15th Battalion vice Sumir Kotwal.
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