KV Rajendranath Reddy Is New AP DGP

1992 IPS Officer KV Rajendranath Reddy Is New Andhra Pradesh Director General Of Police(DGP) - Sakshi Post

AMARAVATI: 1992 IPS Officer KV Rajendranath Reddy has been appointed as the new  Director General Of Police (DGP) of the State of Andhra Pradesh.

The Andhra Pradesh government on Tuesday appointed 1992-batch IPS officer Kasireddy V Rajendranath Reddy as the new AP Director General of Police. Orders to this effect were released by the GAD.

Rajendranath Reddy is currently the Intelligence Chief of the State and will replace the current DGP Gautam Damodar Sawang who has been transferred and will now report to the GAD for further appointment orders. 1986 IPS officer Gautam Sawang is slated to retire on July 2023. 

KVRN Reddy earlier worked in various positions as DCP East Zone in Hyderabad, Vijayawada Railway SP and also as Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam City Police Commissioner. He also served as the Director-General- Vigilance and Enforcement and Ex-Officio Principal Secretary to Government, GAD before being appointed as the Intelligence Chief.

A soft-spoken person, the IPS officer has been involved in several high-profile cases including the ESI case, Vijayawada Vyshanavi murder case, and several cases related to the irregularities during the TDP regime. He was also the recipient of the President's Medal Award in 2020 for meritorious services as the Vigilance and Enforcement DG.

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