Delhi ATS chief, other top cops transfer
New Delhi: Karnal Singh, the chief of Delhi Police's Special Cell who was investigating the recent Delhi serial blasts, was divested of his charges of the elite anti-terror wing.
Joint Commissioner Singh, a 1984 batch IPS officer, will now look after city police's Northern Range which comprises of areas in Central, North, North-West and Outer districts.
Singh was given the additional charge of Northern Range soon after the serial blasts in the capital on September 13.
He was instrumental in the computerisation of crime and criminal records and personal information system besides cracking several bomb blast cases in the national capital in the recent times.
The new chief of the Special Cell is P N Aggarwal, who is presently the Joint Commissioner of Training wing of Delhi Police.
Delhi Police also made some changes among top level officials.
S Nityanandam, presently in-charge of Recruitment, will replace Aggarwal as the new Joint Commissioner of Training wing.
Virender Singh, the Additional Commissioner in General Administration, has been transferred to Recruitment wing. He will also be given additional responsibility of Armed Police.
Vivek Gogia, who was transferred to Delhi from Chandigarh, has been appointed as the Additional Commissioner of General Administration.