Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, July 30
Twelve districts in Punjab have gotten new police chiefs in a serious reshuffle of 33 officers within the state police and the Vigilance Bureau ordered late Thursday night time.
The notable among the many newly posted Senior Superintendents of Police (SSPs) contains Surendra Lamba (IPS), who was been given the cost of Mansa district. He was earlier posted as workers officer with DGP Dinkar Gupta.
Assistant Inspector General (AIG) Jasdeep Singh Saini is the brand new workers officer to the DGP now.
The different new SSPs and their districts embrace Vikramjit Duggal (Patiala), Jaspreet Singh Sidhu (Kapurthala), Dhruman H Nimbale (Tarn Taran), Dhruv Dahiya (Amritsar rural), Akhil Chaudhary (Ropar), Gulneet Singh Khurana (Pathankot), D Sudarvizhi (Muktsar), Bhupinderjit Singh Virk (Bathinda), Satinder Singh (Jalandhar rural), Rachhpal Singh (Batala) and Navjot Singh (Hoshiarpur).
The new SSPs embrace eight Indian Police Service (IPS) cadre and 4 state police cadre officers. Most of the IPS officers are of the 2012 or subsequent batch.
The Vigilance Bureau postings of SSPs are Mandeep Singh Sidhu and Gursharandeep Singh (station not specified) and Narendra Bhargava (Bathinda).
Four of the 12 SSPs, together with Vikramjeet Duggal, Dhruv Dahiya, Navjot Singh and Satinder Singh, had been already commanding one other police district. The administration has given them new districts.
Four Police Commissonerates have additionally obtained new Joint Police Commissioner, together with one girl police officer Kanwar Deep Kaur, who has been posted Joint CP (Ludhiana rural).
The different three are Bhagirath Singh Meena, Joint CP (Ludhiana metropolis); Charanjit Singh, Joint CP (Jalandhar metropolis) and Rajbachan Singh Sandhu, Joint CP, Amritsar (headquarters).