Ex-Punjab Police chief Dinkar Gupta is NIA Director-Normal
New Delhi, June 23
Punjab-cadre IPS officer Dinkar Gupta has been appointed Director-Normal of the Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA). He’s from the 1987 batch.
An order by the Division of Personnel & Coaching (DoPT) learn: “The Appointments Committee of the Cupboard has accepted Gupta’s appointment because the Director-Normal, NIA, until March 31, 2024, that’s the date of his retirement, or until additional orders, whichever takes place earlier.” Gupta takes over because the NIA chief greater than a 12 months after YC Modi retired in Might 2021 and Director-Normal of the CRPF, Kuldiep Singh, was given the extra cost of the company.
Gupta was appointed Director-Normal of the Punjab Police in 2019. He served within the submit for 2 years and 7 months. He was later shifted as Chairman, Punjab Police Housing Board, as he had sought permission for a central deputation. He has additionally held the submit of Director-Normal of Police (Intelligence) in Punjab, which entailed a direct supervision of the state’s Intelligence Wing, Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) and Organised Crime Management Unit (OCCU).
In one other order, the DoPT stated the federal government had appointed Swagar Das Particular Secretary (Inside Safety) within the Ministry of Residence Affairs (MHA) until November 30, 2024. Additionally a 1987-batch IPS officer of the Chhattisgarh cadre, he’s at the moment Particular Director, Intelligence Bureau.