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Updated: June 4, 2013 13:52 IST

Assumes office

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T.K. Rajasekaran
The Hindu
T.K. Rajasekaran

T.K. Rajasekaran on Monday assumed office as Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic). He replaces Pravesh Kumar who has been posted as Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) – Coimbatore City.

Mr. Rajasekaran joined the Tamil Nadu Police Service in 2001 as a Group-I officer through the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission. He had served in Tirunelveli, Tiruvannamalai, Q Branch, and in Chennai city. His last posting was Superintendent of Police – Perambalur.

Mr. Rajasekaran said that priority would be accorded to reduce accidents, ensuring free flow of traffic, and maintaining vigil against traffic rule violations.

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