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Assam Police Conducts Major Reshuffle, Transfers 20 Sub-Inspectors to Fill Vacancies

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In a significant administrative move, the Assam Police Headquarters orchestrated the transfer of 20 Sub-Inspectors (SIs) from the unarmed branch (UB), serving across various District Executive Forces (DEFs) and organizations. The reshuffle, greenlit by the Director General of Police, aimed at addressing prevailing vacancies within the department, as per an official communique issued on February 15th.

Assam Police Conducts Major Reshuffle

The transfer order, issued in the interest of optimizing public service, delineated the reassignments of the officers, redirecting them to alternate DEFs or organizations with extant vacancies.

Notable among the transfers was SI Sanjib Tamuli, previously stationed at Jorhat DEF, now slated for duty at Biswanath DEF. Similarly, SI Jaydev Nath, stationed at SB, Assam, has been reassigned to Goalpara DEF, while SI Nayanmoni Patowary, stationed at Udalguri DEF, will now serve at Dhubri DEF.

Among the transferred officers, SI Debajit Borah, previously serving at CID, Assam, and attached to Cyber PS, is now relocated to Jorhat DEF. Likewise, WSI (UB) Mayur Krishna Rajbongshi, who was at SB, Assam, and on deputation at Charaideo DEF, is now directed to Kamrup DEF.

The shuffle also encompassed officers from various ranks and postings, with each transfer tailored to address specific operational requirements and vacancy fillings within the Assam Police force. These movements underscore the dynamic nature of police administration, wherein personnel are routinely realigned to optimize resource utilization and operational efficiency.

With these transfers in effect, the Assam Police anticipates enhanced operational capabilities and streamlined administrative functions across its various districts and organizations. The reshuffle reflects the commitment of the department to ensure the seamless delivery of public services and uphold law and order across the state.

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