Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Rajasthan gets its regular head in the second transfer list of IPS. As many as 13 IPS officers have been transferred. Director General of Police Rajeev Kumar Sharma, who was looking after law and order, RAC and disaster response force, has been transferred as DG ACB. Currently Hemant Priyadarshy, ADG was heading the ACB department. He will continue to serve in his current position.
There are ten officers who are awaiting posting order including Rajesh Nirwan who has been repatriated to home cadre after a successful innings in Border Security Force where he had served as ADG.
In another significant movement, Gaurav Srivastava, who was serving as Inspector General (IG) in law and order, has been transferred as IG chief minister security and vigilance.
Rajendra Singh, who was serving as IG RAC, has been moved to important position of police commissioner Jodhpur replacing Ravi Dutt Gaur, who has been transferred to IG Kota range.
Vikas Kumar, who was serving as IG RAC, has been transferred to Jodhpur range as IG. Recently, he was awarded by President of India for best electoral practices on Indian Voters Day.
H G Raghavendra Suhasa, who was serving as IG Pali, has been moved to IG Railways while Hinglajdan has been transferred from IG intelligence to IG rules.
Jai Narayan, who was serving as IG Jodhpur range has been transferred to IG intelligence while Rahul Prakash has been moved from additional commissioner traffic and administration to IG Bharatpur range.
Anshuman Bhomia, who was serving as DIG Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) has been promoted to IG ATS.
Prashan Kumar Khamesra, who was serving as IG Kota range has been moved to IG CID (Crime Branch).
Anil Kumar Tank, who was serving as DIG recruitment and promotion board has been promoted and given bigger responsibility of IG law and order while Om Prakash, who was serving as DIG State Disaster Response Force has been moved to DIG Pali Range.
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