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K’taka govt effects administrative reshuffle ahead of New Year


PTI, Jan 1, 2021, 8:22 AM IST

Bengaluru: The Karnataka government on Thursday affected a major administrative reshuffle by promoting and transferring a few top IAS and IPS officers, including two clashing inspector general of police (IGP) rank officials D Roopa and Hemant Nimbalkar.

Principal secretary-rank IAS officers Kapil Mohan, Gaurav Gupta and G Kumar Naik have been elevated to the rank of additional chief secretary, according to an order.

It said Atul Kumar Tiwari, additional secretary in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in the government of India, has been promoted to the apex scale of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS).

The government notification said that P Ravindranath has been promoted from the additional director general of police (forest cell) to director general of police (civil rights enforcement).

IGP central range Seemanth Kumar Singh has been promoted to ADGP (Anti-Corruption Bureau). K Ramachandra Rao has been transferred from ADGP (Civil Rights Enforcement) to ADGP (Grievances and Human Rights), the order stated.

IPS officer Malini Krishnamoorthy has been transferred as the ADGP and Principal Secretary in the Home Department.

Home Secretary Roopa, an IGP-rank officer, has been transferred as the managing director of the Karnataka State Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited, while Nimbalkar, Bengaluru additional commissioner of police, has been transferred to the Internal Security Division.

M Chandra Sekhar has been transferred from the anti-corruption bureau and is now IGP (Central Range).

Vipul Kumar has been transferred as IGP and Director of Karnataka Police Academy.

Mangaluru police commissioner Vikash Kumar Vikash has been appointed as the deputy inspector general (DIG) of the Karnataka State Reserve Police.

Pawar Pravin Madhukar and N Satheesh Kumar have been promoted from the post of DIG to IGP.

Chetan Singh Rathor, Amit Singh, N Shashi Kumar and Dr Y S Ravi Kumar have been promoted from the rank of superintendent of police to DIG.

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