Who is the new Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora

Sanjay Arora Police Commissioner: Director General of Indo-Tibetan Border Police Sanjay Arora has been appointed as the new Commissioner of Delhi Police. In this regard, the Ministry of Home Affairs has issued an order. Sanjay Arora will now replace Rakesh Asthana. Sanjay Arora will continue in his post till 31 July 2025. Let us inform that the earlier commissioner Rakesh Asthana is retiring today, in whose place Sanjay Arora has been appointed as the new commissioner. Rakesh Asthana was made the Delhi Police Commissioner last year with an extension of one year.

Sanjay Arora, a 1988 batch officer of Tamil Nadu cadre, was appointed as the Director General of Indo-Tibetan Border Police in August 2021. Apart from this, he took charge of India China LAC Gardening Force in September 2021. Sanjay Arora is known in ITBP as three apples. Sanjay Arora is one of the few IPS in the country who came to the post of commandant on deputation in a paramilitary force. Arora had served as a commandate from 1997 to 2002. Till 2000, commanded the battalion of ITBP in Matali, Uttarakhand. During that time, he used to insist his soldiers to eat three apples a day. That is why he is still known by the name of three apples till date. IPS officers in the paramilitary force usually go to the level of IG or above, rarely go to the rank of DIG.

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