Tuesday, August 14, 2018

ACC gives its nod for inter-cadre deputation of 2 IPS officers — Vikram Jeet Duggal and Thangkhanlal Guite

THE Appointments  Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) last week approved the proposal of the ministry of home affairs (MHA) for inter cadre deputation of Vikram Jeet Duggal, 2007 batch Telangana cadre IPS from Telangana cadre to Punjab cadre for three years on “personal ground”. The 38-year-old IPS officer did his B.Tech in electronics and communications before…
he was selected as an IPS. He served as Superintendent of Police (SP) in Nizamabad district, among other postings in the state of Telangana. India’s youngest and 29th state, Telangana, was formed on June 2, 2014. 
The ACC has also approved the inter-cadre deputation of Thangkhanlal Guite, 1992 batch Rajasthan cadre IPS, from Rajasthan to Manipur cadre, for a period of two years beyond the present approved period of three years that completed on July 14, 2018. He had served as DIG in Jodhpur, and as IGP in Bikaner and Jaipur, apart from serving in the Intelligence Bureau (IB) between 2005 and 2009 both in Delhi and Guwahati. Earlier as an SP, he had served in Jalore and Dungarpur districts of Rajasthan.
Earlier, in the month of June, two IPS officers — 1989 batch UP cadre IPS K Satyanarayana and 1991 batch Chhattisgarh cadre IPS T John Longkumer — were allowed inter-cadre deputation. Satyanarayana was allowed for an inter-cadre deputation from Uttar Pradesh cadre to Andhra Pradesh cadre for a further period of two years beyond the earlier approved tenure of three years. 
On the other hand, inter cadre deputation of Longkumer from Chhattisgarh to Nagaland cadre was for three years, and the deputation was on “administrative grounds”, according to the order. Understandably, Nagaland has shortage of officers, both IAS and IPS.
In the month of June, a 2012 batch Nagaland cadre IAS — Ms Bhagyashree Bhimraoji Banayat —  was, however, given inter cadre deputation from Nagaland to Maharashtra cadre for five years in “relaxation of policy”.

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