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Gujarat promotes and transfers 35 IPS amid code of conduct 

Gujarat government promoted and transferred 35 IPS officers amid model code of conduct. Gujarat goes for elections on all 26 seats on May 7.

Ahead of Lok Sabha elections, Gujarat government promoted and transferred 35 Indian Police Service officers. The promotions and postings took place with permission of election amid the code of conduct. All 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat will witness polling on May 7.

Among other important postings, the government appointed new police commissioners of Surat and .

Vadodara Anupam Singh Gehlot was made Surat police commissioner, while additional director general of police (administration), Gandhinagar, Narashima Komar replaced him.

IPS officers Manoj Agarwal, K L N Rao, G S Malik and Hasmukh Patel were promoted from ADG to Director General of Police rank while continuing to hold current posts. As many as 20 IPS officers have been promoted in this exercise.

The list has names of two senior officer who were awaiting posting orders. Chirag Koradia, has been posted as Inspector General (IG) of Police Border Range, while J R Mothaliya, has been appointed as the new IG ( range). IPS officer Prem Vir Singh has been made IG (Surat Range).

Tarun Duggal, deputy commissioner of Police (Zone 7) of Ahmedabad city, is the new of Mehsana, while Om Prakash Jat, currently Anti Terrorist Squad SP, has been appointed as Ahmedabad Rural SP.

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