Central Bureau of Investigation ie CBI has found its new boss. IPS officer Subodh Jaiswal will be the new director of CBI. There was a meeting of the High Power Committee on the selection of the new CBI chief. PM Modi, Chief Justice NV Ramana as well as Leader of Opposition Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary were present in this meeting. The meeting lasted for 90 minutes to choose the new boss of the CBI and then the name of Subodh Jaiswal was approved as the CBI Chief. Subodh Jaiswal will have a tenure of two years.
Subodh Jaiswal has been the Chief of Maharashtra ATS. He has also taken over as Mumbai Police Commissioner. Subodh Jaiswal is currently the Director General of CISF. Subodh Jaiswal is a 1985 batch IPS officer. He has also worked with the Intelligence Bureau, SPG and RAW for over a decade. Subodh Jaiswal has been appointed Director of CBI for 2 years.
High level committee chair
A high-level committee meeting was held in the presence of PM Modi, Supreme Court CJI NV Ramana and Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury to choose the new CBI boss. In which three names were being discussed. In the race for CBI Chief, Uttar Pradesh DGP HC Awasthi, SSB DG Kumar Rajesh Chandra and Home Ministry Special Secretary VSK Kaumudi were leading. But Subodh Kumar Jaiswal won.
Called the master of spies
The image of IPS Subodh Jaiswal is considered to be impeccable and clean. He has also been awarded the President’s Police Medal in 2009 for his outstanding work in the police service. Jaiswal is also called the master of spies. He has also served in the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). He has also held the post of Additional Secretary in the Cabinet Secretariat. SK Jaiswal had led a team investigating several big cases such as the multi-million rupee stamp paper scam. Apart from this, the 2006 Malegaon blast was also investigated by Subodh Jaiswal. He has also worked in the Intelligence Bureau of SPG protecting the Prime Minister, former Prime Minister and his family.