Officers with six months’ tenure can be named DGP: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has issued clarification on its last year order on police reforms.It said that officers who have a minimum of six months tenure left in service shall be considered for the post of director general of police (DGP). Earlier,the court had ruled that a person appointed as the DGP must have a minimum… Continue reading Officers with six months’ tenure can be named DGP: Supreme Court