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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SHRI ARINDAM NATH, IPS    

DEPUTY INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE (Southern Range) AGARTALA. 

 

 

                  Shri Arindam Nath joined Tripura Police as Deputy Superintendant of Police in 1990. On completion of training and probation period, he joined as SDPO, Udaipur in July, 1992. Since then he has served in various capacities in Tripura Police with sincerity. His postings include Dy.SP (Central), Agartala  (December, 1993 – October, 1998), Addl. SP(Rural) West Tripura(December, 2001 – April, 2003), Commandant 5th Battalion TSR  ( April, 2003 – June, 2004), SP(Dhalai) Ambassa (June, 2004 – April, 2007), Assistant Inspector General of Police(Headquarters), PHQ,  Tripura, (April, 2007 – April, 2013), SP(Traffic) Tripura (April, 2013 – September 2014), SP(Special Branch), Tripura ( September, 2014 – March, 2017) and Dy.I,G. (Headquarters)( March, 2017 – April, 2017).

 

                  He earned his berth in IPS from State Police Service in March, 2012. He is an extremely successful Police Officer both in the field as well as Desk works. On the occasion of the Independence Day, 2011, he received the President’s Police Medal for Meritorious Service. He has joined the post of Deputy Inspector General of Police (Southern Range) Tripura on the 19th April, 2017.

 

                 Prior to joining TPS he served as teacher at Kamalpur Class-XII School for a brief period of four years. He has also earned good recognition in the field of literature. As on date, he has authored seven books. His books are ‘Tarmuj Pagla O Anyanya Galpa’, 'Sub-Inspector Karamchander Diary’, ‘Dui Bhubon’, ‘Amar Priya Ashtadashira’ and ‘Nam Rekhechi Banalata’, in Bengali and ‘Bridging Souls – A Journey from Mahabharata to Bharata’ and ‘I Adore’ in English. His stories revolve around his day to day experience of life.

 

SHRI LALHMINGA DARLONG  , IPS   

DEPUTY INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE (Northern Range) KUMARGHAT .