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Girish Kumar is new DGP

Top police brass gets a reshuffle


The Chief Minister, K Rosaiah on Wednesday gave his approval for reshuffle of the police force at the top appointing ACB Chief Girish Kumar as the DGP in place of SSP Yadav. In the process, Yadav created a record and this is the second time that he had to give up the post. In the earlier occasion, he was removed at the instance of EC on the ground that he had praised the then Chief Minister, late Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy government during general elections when the code of conduct was in force.

After the Congress came back to power, he was brought back to for a second term but at this time, Yadav is unlikely to be lucky and appears to be out of the top post once for all. He was posted as the head of the APSRTC. Along with Yadav, three other senior police officers have also moved out. Intelligence chief K Aravinda Rao has been shifted and posted as head of the ACB. P Gautam Kumar has been posted as Principal Secretary (Home) while Dinesh Reddy has been made Director General (Vigilance and Enforcement). Mahendra Reddy will be State Intelligence chief.

It may be noted that SSP Yadav did not wait for Girish Kumar to hand over the charge and immediately after receiving the orders, he handed over to a senior officer, Umesh Kumar and left the office. Girish Kumar, speaking to media persons said that he was confident that his officers and men would stand by him to ensure that the police department performed its duty in a befitting manner.

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