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Who will be new DGP of Chhattisgarh?

May 3rd, 2017 5:24 pm | By | Category: LATEST NEWS

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Who will be new DGP of Chhattisgarh? A fervent search to find a suitable officer for the top job has begun.

There are some names of senior IPS officers of Chhattisgarh taking rounds in the corridors of power for the new Director General of Police.

They are Mukesh Gupta,M W Ansari, Durgesh Madhav Awasthi, Giridhari Nayak, and B K Singh

Mukesh Gupta the Additional Director-General of Police and considered the most “influential and powerful” IPS officer in the State.


The name of Mukesh Gupta
who had headed was heading the intelligence wing apart from the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) and the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is being duscussed for this post.
Mukesh Awasthi IPS CG

The second name in this connection is of Durgesh Madhav Awasthi who is Special Director General (Naxal Operation and Special Intelligence Bureau). 
Awasthi, a 1986-batch IPS officer, who was promoted to the rank of DGP last year. He had also held his the charge of Managing Director of Chhattisgarh Police Housing Corporation. It is said the Awasthi hold good reputation with Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh.

Nayak IPS CG

The name of Giridhari Nayak, who is 1983 batch IPS officer of the State cadre with an impeccable career record was is also associated with expectation to bag the post.

BK Singh, IPS CG

Speculation about the name of B K Singh Joint Director (Establishment) Intelligence Bureau is also expected to in likely contender for DGP of Chhattisgarh in the aftermath of the Sukma attack. It is to ensure better coordination between the forces (central and state) along with greater emphasis on capacity development of the State Police. Singh is 1987 batch IPS officer of Chhattisgarh cadre.

MW Ansari IPS CG

An officer who comes from Minority back ground Mohammad Wazir Ansari name is also in the run and seems quite deserving for the post of DGP of the state. Ansari having no God father in his career is said to be an upright officers. M W Ansari, IPS 1984 batch officer who is posted as DG Prosecution and FSL in CG is also a quite suitable contender for the post of DG.

It is also said the Chhattisarh CM Raman Singh likes Ansari’s working style and he has prefrence about Ansari’s name but CM is not the olny to decide about the appointment of DG, Nod of PMO, RSS and other influncial factor are also required for clearnce any name as DG.

Ansari he is considered as very sharp and mentally alert, physically strong , enthusiastic and energetic officer with very strong will power and determination, and ready to accomplish in adverse situation and circumstances. He is always ready to take any challenge whatsoever comes. He is committed to serve the people at large and the nation, the best.He is a man of integrity and his credential is impeccable, bearing high moral character. He is a humanist and pious by nature endowed with socially admirable qualities. M. W. Ansari, IPS, imbibed with National Spirit, is always ready to help and serve the needy as well as the downtrodden.

If Ansari is given a chance by Chhattisgarh Govt. for head of state Police then it may give promising results. Ansari has not been given any key position in the past so if he tried then he is the only one officer who can take the lead in enforcing law and order conditions in the state better way, Ansari has to retire just after few months so he can work with extrime freedom without any pressure, seeing his past record it can be mentioned that Ansari’s ability to combate Naxal manace in the state is incredible.

Giridhari Nayak name seems also
quite fit in the race as due to his tract record. Nayak is the officer of very high regards in Chhattisgarh state.
A section of senior officers of the Chhattisgarh police believes that Nayak is the most suitable man for the position. He has outstanding grasp over the subject of left-wing extremism – not only as an officer but also as an academic, said one of his colleagues in the police headquarters. He has written what is perhaps the most comprehensive book on Maoism, Neo-Naxal Challenge , analysing political praxis, ground-level alignments of the naxalites and the practical problems of policing, the officer added.The position of DGP demands not only robust policing skills but also extensive expertise in the management of daily personnel. The job is additionally difficult in Chhattisgarh as about thousand armed left-wing guerrillas control one-third of at least five southern districts of the State.

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