With the creation of 2 new districts, Rohini and Shahdara, the tally has gone up to 13.
New Delhi: After the L-G’s nod, two new DCPs were appointed for the newly created police districts at Rohini and Shahdara on Tuesday.
In a major reshuffle, over half a dozen DCPs have been assigned different districts with two new districts also being carved out of the existing 11 districts.With the creation of two new districts, Rohini and Shahdara, the tally of districts has gone to 13.
Nupur Prasad, who was serving as additional DCP-I (South), has been promoted and will take over as DCP (Shahdara) while M.N. Tiwari, who was serving as DCP of Outer Delhi, that had Rohini as one of the sub-divisions, will now be the DCP of Rohini district. DCP (East) Rishi Pal will be stepping into Tiwari’s shoes as DCP (Outer).
Omvir Singh, who was serving as DCP of the Anti-Corruption Branch, will be taking over from Mr Pal as DCP (East).
Suvashis Choudhary, who is currently serving as DCP (D.E. Cell), will be taking over Omvir Singh as DCP (ACB).
Chinmoy Biswal, who is currently serving as additional DCP-I (Central), will be taking over from Prasad in South district.
Anto Alphonse, a 2008-batch IPS officer, and reporting to Delhi on transfer, will be replacing Biswal in Central district.
In other key postings, Jatin Narwal, who had served as additional DCP-I (New Delhi) and then being promoted as DCP of the same district last year, will take over as DCP (North) from Madhur Verma, who has been posted as DCP (crime).
Braja Kishore, who was DCP (security), will be taking over from Mr Narwal as DCP (New Delhi). Parwaiz Ahmed, who is currently posted as DCP (security), will be assuming the charge of DCP (Railways).
Milind Dumbere was DCP (Railways), but after he was transferred to Northwest district as its DCP, Kumar Gyanesh, who is also serving as additional DCP-II (New Delhi), had been looking after the charge of DCP (Railways). Santosh Kumar Meena, a 2010-batch IPS officer, who is reporting on transfer, will be assuming the charge of additional DCP-I of the newly created Rohini district. Vivek Gogia will be assuming the charge of joint commissioner of police (training). S.B.S. Tyagi, who is currently posted as additional commissioner of police (security), will be taking over as additional commissioner of police (traffic).
BS Gujjar, who had been looking after the charge of additional commissioner of police as principal of Police Training College (PTC), is now the additional commissioner of police (Prime Minister’s security).
Michi Paku, who has been serving as vice principal of PTC, Jharoda Kalan, will be taking over as the principal of Police Training School (PTS) in Wazirabad.
Nidhin Valsan, who has been serving as additional DCP-II (Outer) will take over as additional DCP-II (Rohini). AK Lall, serving as additional DCP-II (East) will be taking over as additional DCP-II (Shahdara) while Susheel Kumar Singh will assume the charge of additional DCP-II (Central).