According to the order, IPS officer Vikas Arora of the 1998 batch would replace Ramachandran as the commissioner of Gurugram Police. Arora was formerly the police commissioner of Faridabad. Between 2010 to 2011, he served as the deputy commissioner of police (east) in Gurugram.
One of the 20 Indian Police Service and Haryana Police Service officers who were transferred with immediate effect on Monday evening was Gurugram Police Commissioner Kala Ramachandran.
Ramachandran expressed her satisfaction with the transfer and claimed that she had performed her duties to the best of her ability. “All types of crime, including heinous crimes, decreased during my term. The police ran a number of campaigns and awareness drives that were successful, she said.
Between September 2021 and August of this year, Arora, the police commissioner of Faridabad, was an essential component in the nationwide crackdown on internet fraud cases that resulted in the arrest of hundreds of persons.
From 2020 to 2021, he also held the position of Inspector General of Police (IGP) for the South Range (Rewari). Police in Faridabad claimed that Arora would arrange for unexpected visits to the station and would see to it that the officers’ welfare was taken care of.
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