RN Ravi appointed new chief of Joint Intelligence Committee

Government has cleared the name of R N Ravi as the new chief of Joint Intelligence Committee, a body tasked to assess intelligence gathered by various intelligence agencies including IB and RAW.

New Delhi: Government has cleared the name of R N Ravi as the new chief of Joint Intelligence Committee, a body tasked to assess intelligence gathered by various intelligence agencies including IB and RAW.

Ravi, a 1976 batch IPS officer from Kerala, who retired in 2012 as Special Director of Intelligence Bureau, will hold the charge for next three years in the rank and pay of a Secretary to the Government.

The JIC functions under the National Security Council Secretariat.

The post had fallen vacant after the retirement of Ajit Lal on July 31.

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