The Nitish Kumar government on Saturday effected a major reshuffle in the police establishment in Bihar involving 58 senior IPS officials transferring three of the ADG-rank, promoting one to the rank of ADG and 39 of the rank of Superintendents of Police.
According to the notification issued by the state Home (Police) department, Additional Director General of Police, Bihar Military Police, was transferred in the same capacity as ADG (Training), ADG (Special Branch) AS Nimbran would also additional charge of Crime Investigation department, Patna.
Similarly, Rajesh Chandra, 1985 batch IPS was promoted to the rank of ADG (Special Branch).
ADG A K Upadhyay would be new ADG of Bihar Military Police, the notification said.
Among the SP rank officials, Amrit Raj would be new Senior Superintendent of Police (Patna). Raj was earlier SP of Siwan.
The IG RS Bhatti was made IG of the Special Vigilance Wing (SVW, the home department sources said.