Alok Verma takes charge as Delhi Police Commissioner

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New Delhi, Feb. 29 (ANI): Senior IPS officer Alok Kumar Verma on Monday took charge as the Delhi Police Commissioner. He succeeds B.S. Bassi, who retires today.

The 1979-batch officer, who is currently Director General (Prisons), will hold the post till July 2017.

Bassi on his last day in office earlier today said it is a ‘misunderstanding’ that the Delhi Police works under political pressure. (ANI)

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