Rakesh Asthana Created Commissioners Secretariat In Delhi Police HQ, Know Who Was Given What Rank? – Rakesh Asthana created Commissioner’s Secretariat in Delhi Police HQ, know who was given what rank?

Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana (file photo)

New Delhi:

Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana has set up a Commissioner’s Secretariat at the Police Headquarters. Two DCPs, one Additional CP level officer and one ACP level officer have been deployed in the Commissioner’s Secretariat. IPS officer Romil Bania has been made OSD to the Commissioner and Additional CP Secretariat. KPS Malhotra has been posted as DCP-1, Commissioner Secretariat. Let us tell you that KPS Malhotra is the same officer who, while holding the post of Deputy Director Operations in NCB, has interrogated Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor in the Sushant Singh Rajput drug connection case.

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At the same time, Dhal Singh Patle has been posted as DCP-2 of the Commissioner’s Secretariat. Dhal Singh is the officer who performed his duty well during the Jamia violence and Shaheen Bagh demonstration. Apart from this, Tanu Sharma has been made ACP in the Commissioner’s Secretariat. Tanu Sharma was earlier associated with the Civil Services. The concept of creating a secretary’s retreat is commonly seen in the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and paramilitary forces. Such arrangements have now been made in Delhi Police also on the orders of Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana.

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Usually in the Secretariat and Directorate, the DG appoints his in-charge for various units and seeks updates directly related to the department. This is the first time in Delhi Police that it has been decided to appoint an additional CP rank officer along with two additional DCPs. An ACP rank officer has also been deployed for this.

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