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The government has changed the charge of 12 officers of the Indian Police Service (IPS).

The government has changed the charge of 12 officers of the Indian Police Service (IPS). At the same time, a police committee has been formed under the chairmanship of Director General of Police Ashok Kumar. In this regard, orders were issued by Joint Secretary Home Omkar Singh.

As per the order, Dr. PV K Prasad has been given additional charge to Additional Director General of Police. The charge of fire service has been removed from Inspector General of Police Amit Sinha, he has been given additional charge of telecommunications. Inspector General of Police Sanjay Gunjyal has been relieved of PAC and SDRF charges.
Now he will only see charge of Kumbh Mela 2021. Inspector General of Police AP Anshuman has been given additional charge of cyber crime and STF and crime and law and order. Police telecommunications has been removed from them. Inspector General of Police Puran Singh Rawat has been removed from the responsibility of CID and given the charge of training.
Deputy Inspector General of Police Riddhim Agarwal has been relieved of the responsibility of STF. He has been given additional charge of Director Telecom, P&M, and SDRF. Deputy Inspector General of Police Neeru Garg was removed the charge of ATC Haridwar and was given additional charge of vigilance and PAC.

Deputy Inspector General of Police Mukhtar Mohsin has been transferred from Director PTC Narendranagar to Fire Service Charge. Nilesh Anand Bharan has got additional charge of Deputy Inspector General of Personnel, Crime and Law and Order, Cyber ​​Crime and STF.

Deputy Inspector General Narayan Singh Napalchayal has been removed from training and given the responsibility of CID. Rajeev Swaroop has been sent to Deputy Inspector General of Police Training cum Director PTC Narendra Nagar, while Superintendent of Police Ajay Singh has been relieved of personnel and sent to Training cum Director PTC Narendranagar.

Police Establishment Committee set up:
The government has formed the Police Establishment Committee. The committee is headed by Director General of Police Ashok Kumar. Two other members of the committee have also been formed. These two members will be Additional Director General of Police or Additional Director General of Police in-Charge Administration and Additional Director General or Inspector General of Police, Crime and Law and Order.