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IPS officer Sanjay Arora has been appointed as the Delhi police commissioner.

IPS officer Sanjay Arora has been appointed as the Delhi police commissioner. He is a 1988 batch officer of the Tamil Nadu cadre. In an official notification, the union ministry of Home Affairs announced Arora’s new job role. The notification read, “Police Division MHA has conveyed the approval of the Competent Authority for inter-cadre deputation of Sh. Sanjay Arora, JPS (TN: 1988) from Tamil Nadu Cadre to AGMUT Cadre. In pursuance of the said approval, Sh. Sanjay Arora, IPS (TN: 1988) is hereby appointed as Commissioner of Police, Delhi with effect from 1st August 2022 or from the date of taking over charge, whichever is later and till further orders.

Sanjay Arora was Superintendent of Police (SP), Special Task Force, where he achieved significant success against the Veerappan gang.

Sanjay Arora is an Indian Police Service officer, 1988 batch, Tamil Nadu cadre. After joining the IPS, he served in various capacities in the Tamil Nadu Police. He was Superintendent of Police (SP), Special Task Force, where he achieved significant success against the Veerappan gang. In 1991, Arora, after being trained by NSG, had a pivotal role in forming the Special Security Group (SSG); to provide security to the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu during the heyday of LTTE activity. He also served as the Superintendent of Police of various districts of TN.

He served in the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) on deputation as Commandant from 1997 to 2002. Arora commanded a border guarding ITBP Battalion in Matli, Uttarakhand from 1997 to 2000. As an instructor, he had made remarkable contributions in the field of training, serving as Commandant (Combat Wing) at the ITBP Academy, Mussoorie from 2000 to 2002. Arora served as Commissioner of Police, Coimbatore city from 2002 to 2004. He has also served as Deputy Inspector General of Police; Villupuram range, and Deputy Director of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption.

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