Jammu and Kashmir Police chief SP Vaid transferred; DGP of Prisons Dilbag Singh to hold additional charge
According to a government order, Vaid has been placed at the disposal of the General Administration Department for further posting as state transport commissioner.
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday ordered the transfer of Director General of Police (DGP) Shesh Paul Vaid.
According to a government order, Vaid's services have been placed at the disposal of the General Administration Department for further posting as state transport commissioner. DGP (Prisons) Dilbag Singh will hold the additional charge of DGP "till a regular arrangement is made", it said.
The appointment and transfer order comes just two days after Abdul Gani Mir was replaced as Additional Director General of CID by B Srinivas.
Vaid, a 1986-batch IPS officer, was appointed as the Director General of Police in December, 2016. He is due to retire in October next year.
Singh, who has been made the in-charge Director General of Police, is a 1987-batch officer. He was made the head of the prison department in March after the infamous of escape of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist Naved Jhatt while the latter was on a routine health check-up at a city hospital in February.
Singh, during his tenure as Director General of Prisons, streamlined many things, including the removal of hardened terrorists from Kashmir jails.
He will have a regular appointment only after his name is cleared by the UPSC.
Some more orders are likely to come, in which Arun Chaudhury is likely to be appointed as the Director General of Prisons and S J M Gilani as the Additional Director General of the Jammu and Kashmir Armed Police.
The development also comes a week after militants abducted at least eight relatives of policemen. The kidnapped kin were released on Friday.
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