Police Commissioner became ‘outsider’ for the second time in Delhi, know where was Sanjay Arora posted before this?

Delhi Police New Police Commissioner: Union Home Ministry has appointed Sanjay Arora, a senior IPS officer of Tamil Nadu cadre, as the new Commissioner of Delhi Police. Prior to this, Sanjay Arora was posted as Director General of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP). In the capital Delhi, for the second time in a row, an external cadre police officer has been made the Police Commissioner of Delhi.

The names of many people were being discussed
Meanwhile, the name of Jammu and Kashmir Police DGP Dilbag Singh was also going on for the post of Delhi Police Commissioner. These discussions were also going on that this time only a senior officer of Delhi Police cadre can be made Police Commissioner. Amidst all these speculations, the Union Home Ministry issued an order this afternoon that Sanjay Arora, a 1988 batch senior IPS officer of Tamil Nadu cadre and the current Director General of Police, Indo-Tibetan Border Police, will be the new Commissioner of Delhi Police.

How long will Sanjay Arora remain the Delhi Police Commissioner?
According to the order issued by the Union Home Ministry, Sanjay Arora will remain in this post till 31 July 2025. Sanjay Arora had previously served as Commandant in Indo-Tibetan Border Police for 5 years, as well as his contribution to the elimination of Veerappan gang in Tamil Nadu.

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