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Punjab Police Transfers: 3 PPS officers transferred

Chandigarh, June 26, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)
The Punjab Government has issued transfers and posting orders of three SP level PPS officers.

The transferred officers include two SPs who have been named as accused in Kotkapura firing case by the SIT investigation Bargari sacrilege, Behbal Kalan and Kotkapura Firing Cases.

THE LIST

Ajay Raj Singh PPS, SP, Excise & Taxation, Jalandhar has been posted as SP Investigation, Ferozepur vice Baljit Singh Sidhu PPS.

Baljit Singh Sidhu, PPS SP Investigation, Ferozepur has been posted as Astt. Comdt., 5th Commando Bn, Bathinda.

Paramjit Singh Pannu, PPS, SP Special Branch, Ferozepur has been transferred as Astt. Comdt. 3rd IRB, Ludhiana.

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