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Haryana Transfers – Three IPS, one HPS officer transferred

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Chandigarh November 23, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of three IPS and one HPS officer with immediate effect.

Dheeraj Kumar, Superintendent of Police, Kurukshetra has been posted as Commandant, 3rd IRB, Sunaria, Rohtak.

Dr. Anshu Singla, DCP, NIT, Faridabad with additional charge of DCP, Headquarters, Faridabad has been posted as Superintendent of Police, Kurukshetra.

Nitish Aggarwal, Additional Superintendent of Police, Jind has been posted as DCP, NIT, Faridabad with additional charge of DCP, Headquarters, Faridabad.

Baljinder Singh, Commandant, 3rd IRB, Sunaria, Rohtak has been posted as SP, PTC, Sunaria.

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