Tamil Nadu :9 IPS officers including IGP to go to Centre

CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government has agreed to send at least nine IPS officersincluding the inspector general of police (IGP) of the state welfare wing Davidson Devasirvatham for central government deputation. This is the biggest batch of officers being deputed.Davidson Devasirvatham, earlier held a key post as state intelligence chief during former chief minister O Panneerselvam’s tenure.In Tamil Nadu the issue of Language ruled the state, but the talented young suffers to get a good job in technical field from outside of the near by States.Guru NathanAs per the orders, joint director and inspector-general of police (IGP) of the vigilance and anti-corruption G Venkataraman, Tirupur city commissioner of police Sanjay Mathur, IGP, state welfare, S Davidson Devasirvatham, deputy inspector-general of police of Madurai range Anand Kumar Somani, superintendents of police K S Narenthiran Nair, P Vijayakumar, Anil Kumar Giri, A Saravanan and Vijayendra S Bidari have been forwarded to the ministry of home affairs of the Government of India.Principal secretary to the state government Niranjan Mardi has issued the orders to the ministry of home affairs.

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