New Delhi: Gurgaon’s Joint Commissioner of Police Bharti Arora, who was recently involved in a spat with a fellow IPS officer, was among six IPS officers transferred by the Haryana Government in a reshuffle.
Arora a 1998 batch IPS officer has been transferred as DIG Welfare and Training to Police Headquarters in Panchkula. Haryana government claimed it as a routine transfer.
Arora had earlier accused the Gurgaon Commissioner of Police Navdeep Virk of mental torture over probe of a high profile rape case. Arora, in her letter, expressed fear that Virk may harm her career and sought an immediate attention of the DGP into the issue. She had also demanded a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) enquiry into the matter. Virk, however, denied the allegations.
Among other IPS officers, Y Puran Kumar has been posted as DIG (Law and Order), police headquarters at Panchkula, against a vacant post on promotion.
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