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Eight IPS officers debarred from central deputation and foreign assignments

Eight IPS officers have been barred from central , foreign assignments, and overseas consultancies for failing to fulfill their last assignments, in accordance with the IPS Tenure Policy, para-17. Here are their names and respective periods of debarment:

Modak Rajesh Dineshrao (IPS:2003: UP) failed to take up the post of Deputy in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and is debarred until 03.05.2028.

Ragasudha R (IPS: 2015: MH) didn't join as Assistant (SP level) in SVP National Academy (SVPNPA) and is debarred until 14.06.2028.

Atul Vikas Kulkarni (IPS: 2015: MH) failed to assume the role of Superintendent of Police (SP) in Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D) and is debarred until 14.06.2028.

Dr. Meenakshi Katyayan (IPS: 2014: UP) didn't take up the post of Superintendent of Police (SP) in BPR&D and is debarred until 26.04.2028.

(IPS: 2010: HY) didn't join as Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) in National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on deputation basis and is debarred until 31.05.2031.

Gorakh Suresh Bhamare (IPS: 2017: MH) didn't assume the role of Superintendent of Police (SP) in National Investigation Agency (NIA) on deputation basis and is debarred until 14.06.2028.

Rajendar Kumar Meena (IPS: 2011: HY) failed to take up the post of Superintendent of Police (SP) in BPR&D and is debarred until 14.06.2028.

L V Antony Dev Kumar (IPS: 1994: UP) didn't join as Inspector General in Border Security Force (BSF) and is debarred until 31.05.2031.

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