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Commissionerate system for Jaipur, Jodhpur

Special Correspondent

JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has introduced the much-awaited police commissionerate system in Jaipur and Jodhpur from New Year's Day and appointed senior Indian Police Service officers B. L. Soni and Bhupendra Kumar Dak as the first Police Commissioners of the two cities respectively.

Mr. Soni and Mr. Dak are at present serving as Inspectors-General of Police in the two cities. In the official orders issued late on Friday night, 10 IPS officers have also been given promotions while continuing at the same place while three others have been transferred.

The two new Police Commissioners will exercise full powers of executive magistrate after three months. Till then, they will share the powers with the Collectors of Jaipur and Jodhpur.

Among the IPS officers promoted are S. K. Mehrotra who has been elevated as Additional Director-General (Jails), Jaipur; Sudhakar Johari has been designated ADG, Rajasthan Police Academy, Jodhpur; H. K. Purohit ADG, Reorganisation, Jaipur; and T. L. Meena ADG, Udaipur Range.

Govind Gupta has been promoted as Inspector-General, Jails, Jodhpur; Sunil Dutt as IG, Armed Battalion, Jaipur; Amrit Kalash as IG, Special Operations Group, Jaipur; H. R. Meena as IG, Training, Jaipur; Mamta Bishnoi as Superintendent of Police, SOG, Jaipur; and B. R. Manhardan as SP, Anti-Terrorism Squad, Jaipur.

Kailash Chand Bishnoi has been transferred as Deputy Director, Rajasthan Police Academy, Jaipur; Aman Deep Singh Kapur as SP, Intelligence, Jaipur; and Ravi as SP, Crime Branch, Jaipur.

The Government has also transferred 23 IAS officers, including the Collectors of eight districts, and promoted 18 of them. Two young IAS officers, Rajesh Kumar Yadav and T. Ravikant, have been posted as Special Secretaries in the Chief Minister's Office here.

The Collectors of Nagaur, Ajmer, Bhilwara, Rajsamand, Chittaurgarh, Tonk, Sikar and Kota have been shifted. Among the transferred officers, J. P. Chandelia has been posted as the Commissioner, Department of Information and Public Relations; and O. P. Meena as Principal Secretary, Animal Husbandry.

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