Reshuffle in police prosecution wing; 31 CPOs transferred

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Jan 21: Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police Ashok Parshad Monday ordered transfer and posting of 31 Chief Prosecuting Officers, promoted recently.
 As per the order issued by the Police Headquarters, Harminder Singh has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer SVO; Suresh Kumar has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer High Court Jammu; Parshant Mahajan has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer DPO Udhampur; Aijaz Hussain has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer CID Hqr; Javaid Ahmed Bhat has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer CID CI Kashmir; Davinder Paul Singh has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Reasi; Muhammad Maqbool Shah has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer SVO; Vikrant Sharma has been transferred and posted as Chief Officer SKPA Udhampur and Ashish Rathore has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer CID CI Jammu.
 Choudhary Jeelani Dar has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer SHRC Srinagar; Ashiq Hussain has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Kupwara; Meena Gowhar has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Traffic Range Kashmir; Sheikh Muzafar Ahmad has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer SVO; Aijaz Ahmad Wani has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Srinagar; Zamir Ahmad has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer DPO Budgam and Sanjay Kohli has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Jammu.
 Mumtaz Saleem Mir has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer PPS Manigam; Anil Magotra has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer SHRC Jammu; Bodh Raj has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Kathua; Javid Ahmad Khawaja has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Rajouri; Abdul Majid Bhat has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Kargil; Surinder Kumar has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer RPHQ Doda and Maqbool Hussain has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer DPO Rajouri.
 Farooq Ahmed has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer courts Pulwama; Kishore Kumar Bandral has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer CPO Ramban; Shaheen Ahmad has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Poonch; Rajesh Gill has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer PTS Kathua; Ranjit Bhadur Bandral has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Traffic Headquarter; Rajesh Bakshi has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Crime Branch.
 Irhsad Ahmed has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer Doda Courts, Shiekh Musharaf has been transferred and posted as Chief Prosecuting Officer DPO Baramulla, Vijay Sudan Senior PO has been transferred and posted as Senior PO Jammu Courts, Koushal Kumar has been transferred and posted as Senior PO Jammu and Sajad Ahmed Bhat has been transferred and posted as Senior PO STC Talwara.

Lastupdate on : Mon, 21 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 21 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 22 Jan 2013 00:00:00 IST




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