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NEW DELHI: CBI extra director Praveen Sinha on Thursday took cost because the appearing chief of the company after the superannuation of incumbent Rishi Kumar Shukla.
A Gujarat-cadre IPS officer of 1988 batch, Sinha has served within the company as superintendent of police, deputy inspector normal, joint director and extra director in two stints between 2000 and 2021.
Former CBI chief Rishi Kumar Shukla retired on Wednesday after a two yr tenure within the company.
As the federal government is but to call his successor, it handed over the appearing cost to Sinha, who was the senior most officer within the company after Shukla.
The CBI director is chosen by a committee comprising the Prime Minister, chief of the opposition in Lok Sabha and chief justice of India.
Sinha who was tasked to revise the crime handbook of the company after 15 years has additionally served as the extra secretary within the anti-graft watchdog of the nation, the Central Vigilance Commission throughout 2015-18.
“He has served at various places in the state in various capacities from ASP to additional DG. He has also worked as deputy director, ACB, Ahmedabad in 1996. Praveen Sinha has been associated with the investigation of various Supreme Court/high courts entrusted/monitored scams; major bank frauds and financial crimes, serial bomb blasts etc,” CBI spokesperson RC Joshi mentioned.
Sinha was additionally instrumental in exposing CAT and AIPMT paper leakages.
“He has the unique distinction of having drafted the manual of both the apex integrity institutions – Vigilance Manual 2017 of Central Vigilance Commission and CBI (Crime) Manual, 2020,” Joshi mentioned.
“He has been involved in several innovative and reform initiatives. Sinha is a member of several reform committees constituted by the CVC. He is also a member of the committee for reforms in criminal laws constituted by the MHA (ministry of home affairs),” Joshi mentioned.


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