New assignments for 3 J&K IPS officers
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New assignments for 3 J&K IPS officers

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IPS-logo_450The Jammu & Kashmir Government has transferred three Additional Directors General of Police (ADGPs) and also confirmed posting of Ashkoor Ahmad Wani as DIG Jammu-Samba-Kathua range.

Lalat Indu Mohanty, ADGP, who had been awaiting orders of adjustment for the past five-and-a-half months after his return from the central deputation, has been posted as ADGP, Home Guards, Civil Defence, State Disaster Response Force.

Mohanty is a 1989 batch IPS officer of Jammu & Kashmir cadre. He replaces Dr B Srinivas, a 1990 batch IPS officer of the same cadre, who has now been transferred and posted as Commissioner, Civil Military Liaison.

Mohanty has also been designated as Chairman of the Police Recruitment Board.

Navin Aggarwal, a 1986 batch IPS officer of Jammu & Kashmir, who was also awaiting orders of adjustment, has been posted as Additional DGP (Training) in the Police Headquarters.

The Government further confirmed Ashkoor Ahmad Wani, who was officiating as the DIG, Jammu-Samba-Kathua range, for the past three-and-a-half months, on the same post. He will continue to hold charge of the post of DIG, Traffic, Jammu, in addition to his duties till further orders.

Uttam Chand, another IPS officer of 2002 batch of Jammu & Kashmir cadre, has returned as SSP, Jammu, after about three-and-a-half months. He was on leave during this period and in his absence, Additional SP Jammu (Rural) Rajiv Pandey was officiating as the SSP. Pandey has been relieved of the additional charge.

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