Delhi Police Officers Working on JNU and DU cases Transferred

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Eighteen Senior Delhi Police officers were transferred in a major Reshuffle under the new Commissioner Amulya Patnaik.

Among the transferred were also those working on missing JNU student and Ramjas College Incident cases.
Ravindra Yadav, joint commissioner of police (Crime) has been transferred as joint commissioner of police (Eastern Range).
Praveer Ranjan, who was posted as joint commissioner of police (Headquarters), will be replacing Yadav and inherit important cases, including the disappearance of JNU student Najeeb Ahmed and the recent probe into the Ramjas College fracas.
Recently promoted as Special Commissioner, Mr Dependra Pathak will replace Sanjay Beniwal as a special commissioner.

Mr Beniwal was earlier handling Operations and Women Safety, Airport and Modernisation.
Sanjay Singh, who was recently promoted as special commissioner, will assume charge as special commissioner (Armed Police).
He will replace R S Krishna, who will now be assuming charge as special commissioner (Headquarters) while retaining the Recruitment charge.
Vikramjit Singh, Deputy Commissioner of the 1st Battalion will now be DCP (Headquarters and General administration).
1995-batch DANIPS officer Pramod Kushwaha, who was acting DCP (Special Cell), has been transferred to the 2nd battalion. DANIPS officer Rajeev Ranjan, who was recently transferred to Economic Offences Wing (EOW) as DCP from Headquarters, has been appointed as Staff Officer (SO) to the police chief.

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