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Kashmir DGP is head of central crack unit
Mukhtar Ahmad In Srinagar | September 06, 2007 14:38 IST
Jammu and Kashmir's [Images] security advisor and former director general of police Gopal Sharma was on Thursday appointed as director-general of the Special Services Bureau, a central paramilitary outfit.
Sharma, who held the post of DGP in the sensitive state for four years till July, was replaced by a local IPS officer, Kuldeep Khuda.
A 1972 batch IPS officer, Sharma held many important positions in Jammu and Kashmir police. He was appointed as the security advisor by the state government in July.