24 IPS officers transferred

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In a reshuffle of IPS officers, the State government on Monday appointed 1985 batch IPS officer Ashit Mohan Prasad as Additional Director General of Police, Communication, Logistics and Modernisation. In all 24 IPS officers have been transferred.

Following is the list of the new postings of the IPS officers transferred.

Amar Kumar Pandey, Inspector General of Police, Southern Range, Mysore; A S N Murthy,  Inspector General of Police and Director, Karnataka Police Academy, Mysore; M A Saleem,  Inspector General of Police, Administration, Bangalore; K S R Charan Reddy, Inspector General of Police, Eastern Range, Davangere; K Ramachandra Rao promoted and retained as Inspector General of Police and Commissioner of Police, Hubli-Dharwad City, Hubli; Malini Krishnamoorthy, Inspector General of Police, Home Guards & Civil Defence, Bangalore; K L Sudheer, Inspector General of Police, Karnataka State Reserve Police, Bangalore, with additional charge as Inspector General of Police, Bangalore Metropolitan Task Force, Bangalore; J Arun Chakravarthy, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Directorate of Civil Rights Enforcement Cell, Bangalore; S Murugan, Deputy Inspector General of Police, CID (Economic Offences), Bangalore; K V Sharat Chandra, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Head Quarters-I, Bangalore; B A Padmanayan, Deputy Inspector General of Police, CID, Bangalore; B N S Reddy, Deputy Inspector General of Police, City Armed Reserve (CAR), Bangalore ; P H Rane, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Security, Bangalore; Pawar Pravin Madhukar, Superintendent of Police, Gulbarga; T R Suresh, Superintendent of Police, Tumkur; P S Harsha,  Deputy Commissioner of Police, South-East Division, Bangalore; Raman Gupta, Superintendent of Police, Shimoga; Chetan Singh Rathor, Superintendent of Police, Haveri; N Shashi Kumar, Superintendent of Police, Raichur; Y S Ravi Kumar, Superintendent of Police, Udupi; Amit Singh, Superintendent of Police, Hassan; Ramesh, Superintendent of Police, Uttara Kannada.

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