K Rajendra assumes charge as DGP
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 31: K Rajendra Kumar, Additional Director General of Police, Armed/Law & Order, took the charge of Director General of Police, Jammu & Kashmir, this evening from Kuldeep Khoda who attained superannuation today.
Rajendra, who is 1984 batch IPS officer, will hold the charge till successor of Khoda joins. Rejendra has served in various capacities including SP Doda, SSP Srinagar, DIG Srinagar, IGP Kashmir, IGP Headquarters, IGP CID, IGP Jammu, and ADGP CID and is presently holding the charge of ADGP Armed/Law & Order.
Addressing a simple but impressive function on the occasion organized by PHQ officials, Khoda expressed his gratitude to the PHQ officers and jawans for extending full support during last five years during his tenure as DGP.
He hoped that all the staff would continue with the same dedication and zeal in performing their duties.
K Rajendra while reciprocating the outgoing senior officer, said that the department did yeoman’s service to public under his able guidance. He hoped that Khoda will have healthy, proactive and successful post retirement life. He said that the path shown by the officer will prove as a torch bearer for new incumbents in police force.
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