CM Kamal Nath declares Vivek Johri as new DGP of Madhya Pradesh
BHOPAL: One day after the dramatic turn of events in Madhya Pradesh, where Congress rescued an MLA group from a five-star hotel in Haryana, prime minister Kamal Nath He replaced the DGP headline while announcing the 1984 batch IPS officer as his successor.
Rajendra Kumar, who is the special DG cyber cell, has been asked to take charge of acting until Johri assumes his new position in MP returning from the central delegation. V K Singh has been appointed director of sports and youth welfare.
Johri, who is DG of the Border Security Force, was special secretary in the Investigation and Analysis (RAW) wing before the cabinet appointments committee, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and with the Interior Minister Amit Shah Among its members, he appointed him as head of BSF.
The Madhya Pradesh government had recently rejected a panel of three IPS officers sent by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to the director general of the police on the grounds that he was overlooking the will of one of them. Those named on the panel sent by UPSC were V K Singh, Vivek Johri and.
In a letter addressed to the secretary of UPSC, the MP's household secretary wrote that Johri (lot of 1984) had not given his will for the DGP position in writing, so appointing him to the panel goes against the mandate of the UPSC selection guidelines.
During the close combat for the position of this DGP, the IPS officer had presented himself publicly for the position. As an officer of the 1984 group, Gupta put messages on social media, declaring himself as an officer who has the ability to turn around the police in the state. He also sought the support of the public and the media. The controversy over the publication of DGP broke out on February 8 after the Madhya Pradesh government rejected the.