No Deputy Commissioner for Delhi police Special Cell
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Last Updated: Monday, April 12, 2010, 21:39
New Delhi: Delhi Police has relieved the Deputy Commissioner of its elite anti-terror wing Special Cell from duty upon his transfer but has not replaced him with an officer of the same rank even as it affected a reshuffle among its middle-level officers.

Alok Kumar, presently the DCP of Special Cell, has been relieved from duty on his transfer to Arunachal Pradesh.

No new DCP has been posted at the Cell. However, Shibesh Singh, presently Additional DCP at Economic Offences Wing, has been transferred to Special Cell at the same rank.

Kumar, a 2000 batch IPS officer, was the DCP of Special Cell for about three years. "The Cell will not have a DCP for the time being. Singh will be handling the work done by Kumar," a senior police official said.

Presently, the Special Cell has no Additional DCP.

"Lt Governor Tejinder Khanna has approved the transfers of the officers. There are some changes," the official said.

G C Trivedi, who was transfered from Lakshadweep, will be the new DCP (Traffic) for Southern Range in place of Rupinder Kumar, who has been transfered to Central Range.

Suvashish Choudhary, presently DCP (Traffic-Central), has been moved to Ist Battalion of Armed Police as its Additional Deputy Commissioner.

Dr A K Singhla, who was looking after the work of Additional DCP (Traffic-Western Region), has been transfered to Traffic (VIP) wing in the same rank. "He will immediately report and remain understudy till April 30 and assume charge on May one," a senior police official said.

M N Tiwari, Additional DCP (Ist Battalion), has been transfered to Security Wing in the same rank Mahesh Bharadwaj, who was transfered from Andaman Nicobar, has been posted as Additional DCP in Eastern Range of Traffic Police.

Sharat Kumar, who was looking after the work of Additional DCP (Traffic-Eastern) has been given the new posting at Traffic-Western Range in the same rank.


First Published: Monday, April 12, 2010, 21:39

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