Karnataka Police Commissioner Praveen Sood has been appoint as. The new Chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for the next two years. The investigation said on Sunday. Subodh Kumar, 59, was appoint to serve for two years after Jaiswal’s term expired on 25 May. Minister Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury.
Sood has a good educational background. He is a graduate of IIT-Delhi, IIM-Bangalore and Syracuse University, New York. The director, who will retire in 2024, will now serve for two years. Sood is the current police commissioner of Karnataka. In other words, previously served as police chief. Chief of police (law and order) and superintendent son police (railway) of Bellary and Raichur districts in Bengaluru with Maya. Sol City Police Chief. IPS officers also served as police advisers to the Mauritian government.
Actively uses technology to improve traffic management and provide better service to citizens. Won the 2011 National E-Government Gold Award for “Most Innovative Technology Application in Traffic Management”. However, when he became Police Inspector (Computer Division). Sood oversaw the challenging task of implementing a crime detection network in Karnataka for real-time monitoring and data sharing. Connecting the police station to the central network.
In March, Karnataka Congress leader DK Shivakumar describe DGP Praveen Sood. As “shoefoot” and vowed to fight him if his party was electe. Congress party won Karnataka with majority and DK Shivakumar is the party’s CM candidate. However, Praveen Sood will move to Delhi to head the CBI in the next two years.
DK Shivakumar said in March that the DGP supports the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the province.
This IPS officer was also the Mysore City Police Commissioner from 2004 to 2007. During his tenure he worked extensively with terrorists, including those from Pakistan. He then served as Additional Commissioner in Bangalore Traffic Police until 2011.
Praveen Sood was awarde the Presidential Chief’s Gold Medal for Distinguishe Service in 1996. The Police Merit Medal in 2002, and the Presidential Police Service Award in 2011.