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Rahul Navin got big responsibility, became director in-charge of ED – Rahul Navin appointed interim director of Enforcement Directorate ntc

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IRS officer Rahul Naveen has been appointed as director in-charge of the Enforcement Directorate (ED). Rahul Naveen, a 1993 batch officer, was currently posted as Special Director in ED. He has been entrusted with this responsibility till the appointment of the regular director. Let us tell you that the tenure of current ED Director Sanjay Mishra is ending today.

1993 batch IRS officer Rahul Naveen has taken charge as acting director of ED in place of 1984 batch IRS officer Sanjay Kumar Mishra.

With his appointment, Rahul Naveen has become the senior most officer of the Central Investigation Agency. He has also worked as the Chief Vigilance Officer of ED Headquarters.

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The order issued on Friday said that Sanjay Kumar Mishra’s tenure as Enforcement Director in the Enforcement Directorate ends on September 15, 2023. In July, the Supreme Court had given extension of tenure to ED chief Sanjay Mishra till September 15, but made it clear that there would be no further extension.

Let us tell you that Sanjay Mishra was appointed ED Director for the first time on 19 November 2018 for a period of two years. He was to step down from the post in November 2020, but before that in May he had reached the retirement age of 60 years. Before his tenure ended in November 2020, the central government had extended his tenure to three years instead of two years.

After this, in November 2021, the Central Government brought an ordinance to amend the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) Act as well as the Delhi Special Police Establishment (DSPE) Act, under which the CBI and ED Chiefs will be given three service extensions of one year each. There is a provision of. Later it was also passed in the Parliament. After this, in November 2021 itself, Sanjay Mishra got service extension for the second time for one year. After this, in November 2022, the Central Government gave an extension of one year to Sanjay Kumar Mishra for the third time. According to this, the tenure of Sanjay Mishra was to end on 18 November 2023. But even before this the Supreme Court canceled the extension order.

This post originally appeared on www.aajtak.in

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