Large-scale IPS transfers and postings in Madhya Pradesh

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Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Government on Tuesday, 1 October 2019 promoted 4 senior IPS officers and transferred more than a dozen DG and ADG level police officers.

Rajendra Kumar appointed new SIT Chief

Prominent among those given new assignment is Rajendra Kumar. He has now been posted as the Special Director General of Police, Cyber ​​Crime, Police Headquarters, Bhopal. He has also replaced Sanjeev Shami as the head of the Special Investigation Team investigating the massive honeytrap sex scandal that has rocked the ruling Congress party, leading opposition of the BJP and also the top echelons of Bureaucracy in Madhya Pradesh.

Rajendra Kumar’s appointment as SIT chief acquires significance as it coincides with media reports that Chief Minister Kamal Nath was annoyed with the large-scale leakage of information linked with the ongoing investigation into the honeytrap scandal. Names of several VIPs, including those of a former Chief Minister, a Governor, MPS, ruling Congress and BJP State leaders and senior IAS and IPS officers had started floating freely in the public domain for their alleged involvement in the sex scandal. There are also reports that the Chief Minister was annoyed as the scandal has adversely hit the image of Madhya Pradesh, especially at a time when the State government was gearing itself for “Magnificent Madhya Pradesh” – the mega three-day event being organised in Indore this month to attract investment.

Centre-spread government advertisement in a daily newspaper on 1 October 2019.

The State Government is now in an overdrive mode to wash itself clean of the taint of the honeytrap scandal and project Madhya Pradesh as an ideal destination for investment and ease of doing business. For this purpose, it has gone in for an advertisement blitzkrieg with newspapers flashing “centre spread” colour advertisements and FM radio channels blaring the “Fabulous Madhya Pradesh” slogan. These are like an eye-sore and too jarring to the ear in the backdrop of the honeytrap scandal that has demonstrated how the government working has been corrupted, the steel frame of the bureaucracy has been reduced to a mangled heap and sexcapades have become the order of the day for doling out business contracts and releasing huge funds to NGOs in Madhya Pradesh.

New Transfers and postings:

S.noOfficer’s
Name
Present PostingNew Posting
1.Rajendra KumarDirector Public ProsecutionSpecial Director General of Police, Cyber ​​Crime, Police Headquarters, Bhopal
2.Dr. Shailendra Kumar SrivastavaDirector General / Commissioner of Transport, M.P. GwaliorChairman, M.P. Police Housing Corporation, Bhopal (Withdrawing Services from Transport Department)
3.K.N. TiwariSpecial Director General of Police, Economic Offenses CellSpecial Director General of Police, (Selection Recruitment), Police Headquarters, Bhopal (Withdrawing services from GAD)
4.Purushottam SharmaSpecial Director General of Police, Cyber ​​Crime and STF Police Headquarters, BhopalDirector, Directorate of Public Prosecutions, Bhopal
5.Pawan Kumar JainAdditional Director General of Police (Planning), Police Headquarters, BhopalAdditional Director General of Police, Special Police Establishment, Lokayukta Organization, M.P. Bhopal (handing over services to GAD)
6.Kailash MakwanaAdditional Director General of Police, Intelligence, Police Headquarters, BhopalAdditional Director General of Police (Administration) Police Headquarters, Bhopal
7.Milind KanaskarAdditional Director General of Police, RAPTC, IndoreAdditional Director General of Police, Cyber ​​Crime, Police Headquarters, Bhopal
8.G.P. SinghAdditional Director General of Police, Anti-Naxal Operation, Police Headquarters, BhopalAdditional Director General of Police (SCRB) Police Headquarters, Bhopal
9.Sushobhan BanerjeeAdditional Director General of Police, Special Police Establishment, Lokayukta Organization, M.P. BhopalDirector General in-Charge, Economic Crimes Cell, Bhopal (Continuing services in GAD)
10.Dr. S.W. NaqviAdditional Director General of Police (Administration) Police Headquarters, BhopalAdditional Director General of Police, Intelligence, Headquarters, Bhopal
11.V. Madhu KumarAdditional Director General of Police, Special Police Establishment, Lokayukta Organization, M.P. BhopalAdditional Director General of Police / Transport Commissioner, MP Gwalior (Withdrawal of services from GAD and handing over services to Transport Department)
12.Rajesh GuptaAdditional charge of Additional Director General of Police, Special Operations, Police Headquarters, Bhopal and Additional Director General of Police, Cyber ​​Police Headquarters, BhopalAdditional Director General of Police, Counter Intelligence and ATS, Police Headquarters, Bhopal
13.Adarsh ​​KatiyarAdditional Director General of Police (SCRB) Police Headquarters, BhopalAdditional Director General of Police and Inspector General of Police, Bhopal Zone, Bhopal
14.Sanjeev ShamiAdditional Director General of Police, Counter Intelligence and ATS, Police Headquarters, BhopalAdditional Director General of Police (Selection and Recruitment) Police Headquarters, Bhopal and Additional Director General of Police, Anti-Naxal Operation, Police Headquarters, Bhopal
15.Yogesh DeshmukhInspector General of Police, Bhopal Zone, BhopalInspector General of Police (Administration) Police Headquarters, Bhopal

The state government has promoted 4 officers of the Indian Police Service.

Anant Kumar Singh, Inspector General of Police, Law and Order and Security, Police Headquarters has been promoted and posted as Additional Director General of Police (Planning) Police Headquarters, Bhopal.

Ashutosh Rai, Inspector General of Police, Hoshangabad Zone has been promoted to the rank of Additional Director General of Police and Inspector General of Police, Hoshangabad Zone, Hoshangabad.

Raja Babu Singh, Inspector General of Police, Gwalior Zone, Gwalior has been promoted to the rank of Additional Director General of Police and Inspector General of Police, Gwalior Zone, Gwalior.

D.P. Gupta Inspector General of Police, Chambal Zone, Morena has been promoted to the rank of Additional Director General of Police and Inspector General of Police Chambal Zone, Morena.

The State Government also has appointed Additional Director General of Police (Selection) Bhopal, Shailesh Kumar Singh, as Special Duty Officer at the RBI, Headquarters in Mumbai. Singh will coordinate the criminal cases in the RBI and handle other works entrusted by the state government.

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