1985 batch IPS officer SN Shrivastava has become the new police commissioner of Delhi. SN Shrivastava has replaced the Amulya Patnaik. Shrivastava will take charge from March 1 as Amulya Patnaik is retiring on February 29. The Home Ministry has sealed his name in the past night. He has been posted to the post of Special Commissioner of Police (Law and order) in Delhi amidst violence in Delhi. In this article find out, who SN Shrivastava is, know everything about him...

He was in the post of CRPF headquarters, Delhi DG (training). The Home Ministry had issued an order on Tuesday to release them immediately. During the tenure of SN Shrivastava, the special cell of Delhi Police disclosed the IPL match-fixing case. At that time, he was a special commissioner of police in the special cell. The present commissioner of Police of Delhi Police, Amulya Patnaik, is retiring on 29th February. Amulya Patnaik was given a month extension because of the Delhi assembly elections. Their expansion is going to end on 29th February. SN Shrivastava is yet to deploy CRPF (training) in Jammu and Kashmir. His tenure in CRPF was up to 30th June 2021. He was on per appointment in CRPF. The Home Ministry had ordered the CRPF to release them with immediate effect. He is considered efficient in making decisions immediately in difficult circumstances.

He has a long experience of dealing with civil war situations in Jammu and Kashmir while ADG, Western Region (CRPF). It is believed that because of his experience, he was deployed to control the violence in Delhi. He will take over the Delhi police from March one. The special cell in Delhi police had led several terrorists under his leadership. The credit for eliminating Indian MujaHindien also goes to SN Shrivastava. Delhi is currently the most senior police officer, and his name was going on for quite some time in the police commissioner's race.

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