Shabbir Hussain S Khandwala retired from the post of DGP of Gujarat in December 2010.
Former Gujarat DGP Shabbir Hussain S Khandwala is the new head of the Anti-Corruption Unit of the Cricket Board of India to replace Ajit Singh. Former DGP Singh of Rajasthan held the post in April 2018 and his term ended on March 31. He assured PTI that he would continue to work for some time to help the next chief. Read more – BCCI to contact health ministry to provide vaccines to players: Rajiv Shukla
Khandwala, a 1983 batch IPS officer, was also appointed to the post on April 9, before the start of the IPL. “It is a matter of great pride that I am becoming a part of the BCCI which is the best cricket body in the world,” he said. In this work I will benefit from my experience in safety. Read more – BCCI ready before IPL, which team needs covid vaccine first?
He retired from the post of DGP of Gujarat in December 2010. He then served as an advisor to the Acer Group for ten years. He was also a member of the Lokpal Investigation Committee of the Central Government. He will leave for Chennai on Wednesday. Earlier, he also watched the last ODI between India and England. This time the BCCI has not called for applications for the post. Read more – On this day in 2011: Ten years of India’s historic victory; Remember those golden moments once again