Raipur. Chhattisgarh: The transfer list of 40 officers of Indian Police Service and State Police Service has been issued from Chhattisgarh Police Headquarters Raipur. There is a lot of discussion about the name of one of the transferred officers, to whom the state government has entrusted important responsibility in the Naxal operation.
For the first time in a Naxal operation, such a responsibility has been given to a woman officer. Ankita Sharma, a 2018 batch IPS officer, has been made in-charge of Naxal operations, making her the Additional Superintendent of Police of Naxal-affected Bastar district.
Ankita Sharma has been in constant discussion since her posting in the state. Her style of working is considered to be quite clean and she has been working continuously successfully in the control of crime as well.
Presently during her posting as Additional Superintendent of Police in Raipur, Ankita did a great job in the field of crime control. Ankita played a very active role in the campaign against the goonda miscreants including the arrest of the inter-state thug gang.
Apart from this, Ankita has been in a lot of discussion about her good work. Coming from a middle-class family background, Ankita has also helped hundreds of candidates preparing for the Civil Services Examination in their studies and continues to do this work.
She gives guidance for the exam by taking 3 to 4 hour classes at the end of the week. Ankita is originally from Durg district of Chhattisgarh and after getting selected in UPSC, she got posting as IPS in her home state itself.
Led the state level parade on Republic Day
During the last year, a woman IPS officer Ankita Sharma was seen leading the team of Chhattisgarh State Police at the Republic Day parade ceremony. Their pictures were published with great prominence in the media. With this, she became the first woman police officer in the history of the state to command the Republic Day parade. Now Ankita Sharma has got a chance to handle the Naxalite operation in Bastar.