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Atulchandra Kulkarni named new NIA ADG

As per the order, the post of Inspector General of Police of the NIA has been upgraded temporarily to the rank of ADG and Kulkarni has been appointed for a period of one year or until further orders.

By: Express News Service | Mumbai |
May 12, 2022 11:53:36 pm
Atulchandra Kulkarni, National Investigation Agency (NIA), Union Ministry of Home Affairs, Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad, Mumbai news, Mumbai city news, Mumbai, Maharashtra, Maharashtra government, India news, Indian Express News Service, Express News Service, Express News, Indian Express India NewsKulkarni has headed the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad, state Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and was also the joint commissioner of police (crime) in Mumbai. Before the posting in Mumbai, he was on deputation at the Centre.

Atulchandra Kulkarni, a 1990 batch IPS officer was appointed the additional director general (ADG) of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on deputation on Thursday. Kulkarni is currently posted as ADG prisons in Pune.

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in its order asked the Maharashtra government to relieve Kulkarni immediately. As per the order, the post of Inspector General of Police of the NIA has been upgraded temporarily to the rank of ADG and Kulkarni has been appointed for a period of one year or until further orders.

Kulkarni has headed the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad, state Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and was also the joint commissioner of police (crime) in Mumbai. Before the posting in Mumbai, he was on deputation at the Centre.

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