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Six Superintendents of Police have been promoted as DIGs

CHENNAI: The State Government has promoted three Inspectors-General of Police as Additional Directors-General of Police and five Deputy Inspectors-General (DIG) of Police as Inspectors-General of Police.

Six Superintendents of Police have been promoted as DIGs.

Ashok Kumar, Joint Director, Anti-Corruption Branch, CBI, Chennai, has been promoted as ADGP without prejudice to his deputation. S.K. Dogra, Inspector-General of Police (prosecution), has been made Additional Director-General of Police, State Traffic Planning Cell. K. Rajendran, hitherto IG, West Zone, has been promoted as ADGP and posted as Member of the Tamil Nadu Uniformed Services Recruitment Board.

The DIGs promoted are, P. Kandasamy, hitherto DIG, Anti-Corruption Branch, CBI, Chennai, without prejudice to his deputation; Mohammed Shakeel Akhter as IG (Administration) vice P.C. Lallawm Sanga, who has been made IG (Welfare); Promod Kumar as IG (EOW, CCIW and Idol Wing CID) vice M.K. Jha, who has been transferred as IG (Prosecution); Rajesh Das, IG, Tamil Nadu Police Academy; K.C. Mahali as IG, Railways, in the place of Sanjay Arora, who has been transferred as IG, West Zone.

The SPs who have been promoted are, M.K. Aggrawal, who is with the ACB, CBI, Chandigarh, as DIG without prejudice to his deputation. G. Venkataraman, hitherto SP, CBI, ACB, Chennai, has been promoted as DIG without prejudice to his deputation.

Vinit Dev Wankhede, Additional Deputy Director, IB, has been made DIG without prejudice to his deputation to the Government of India; Sanjay Mathur, who is First Secretary, High Commission of India, Islamabad, has been promoted as DIG without prejudice to his deputation; R. Radhakrishnan, Personal Secretary to the Minister of State for Railways, has been made DIG without prejudice to his deputation; and P. Sakthivelu has been promoted as DIG, headquarters, Chennai.

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