Satyapal Singh

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Dr. Satyapal Singh

Dr. Satyapal Singh (Tomar) is currently the Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) from BJP. During 2014-2019, He was state minister of Education in Central Govt. In the Parliamentry election from Bagpat Constituency in mid-May 2014, he had defeated Chaudhary Ajit Singh, then Civil Aviation Minister and the MP, From Bagpat.

In Lok Sabha elections held in May 2019, he was once again successfully elected.

Dr. Satyapal Singh is a former IPS officer (Maharashtra cadre) who voluntarily got retirement from Indian Police Service, before contesting election.

Born on November 29, 1955, in Basauli in Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh, Mr. Singh had aimed to become a scientist before he joined the IPS. He is a post-graduate in chemistry and has also done his M Phil (Chemistry). He has secured an MBA from Australia and is also has an MA and Ph.D in Public Administration.

Mr. Singh's first posting was assistant superintendent of police of Nasik. He then went on to become the superintendent of police of Buldhana.

Prior to being appointed the Mumbai police chief, Mr Singh was Maharashtra's additional director general of police. He has also served as the Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) in Mumbai, Nagpur's police commissioner special inspector general of police of the Konkan range.

He has also been on deputation to the CBI and received a special service medal for extraordinary work in the in Naxalite areas of Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. He received the President's Police Medal for distinguished service in 2004, the President's Police Medal for meritorious service in 1996 and the DG's Insignia in the same year.

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