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SHILLONG, Dec 31 � Meghalaya Governor Krishan Kant Paul has been transferred to Uttarakhand and West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi would be taking the additional charge of Meghalaya.

Paul would continue to hold the additional charge of the office of the Governor of Manipur. According to a statement, Paul would be serving in Uttrakhand for the remaining period of his tenure as a Governor. Paul took charge as Governor in September 2013 after replacing RS Mooshahary. A former Delhi Police Commissioner, Paul has a successful track record as an IPS officer and is credited with the arrest of Charles Shobhraj.

Meanwhile, DGP PJP Hanaman today retired from his office. He was given a farewell ceremonial parade at Police Training School, Mawroh. According to official sources, Inspector General (CID) BR Rana would be the acting DG.

At least five IPS officers from the Assam-Meghalaya cadre have been empanelled by the State Security Commission to fill the post of the DGP. The list includes: DK Pathak (1979 batch), Rajendra Kumar (1980), Ramesh Tayal (1980), Rajiv Mehta (1981), and SK Jain (1984).

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Meghalaya Guv transferred

SHILLONG, Dec 31 � Meghalaya Governor Krishan Kant Paul has been transferred to Uttarakhand and West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi would be taking the additional charge of Meghalaya.

Paul would continue to hold the additional charge of the office of the Governor of Manipur. According to a statement, Paul would be serving in Uttrakhand for the remaining period of his tenure as a Governor. Paul took charge as Governor in September 2013 after replacing RS Mooshahary. A former Delhi Police Commissioner, Paul has a successful track record as an IPS officer and is credited with the arrest of Charles Shobhraj.

Meanwhile, DGP PJP Hanaman today retired from his office. He was given a farewell ceremonial parade at Police Training School, Mawroh. According to official sources, Inspector General (CID) BR Rana would be the acting DG.

At least five IPS officers from the Assam-Meghalaya cadre have been empanelled by the State Security Commission to fill the post of the DGP. The list includes: DK Pathak (1979 batch), Rajendra Kumar (1980), Ramesh Tayal (1980), Rajiv Mehta (1981), and SK Jain (1984).