Assam: IPS Officer Makrand Deouskar Assumes Charge as IG BSF Guwahati Frontier

Guwahati, July 10: IPS officer Makrand Deouskar has officially taken charge as the Inspector General (IG) of the Border Security Force (BSF) Guwahati Frontier, marking the beginning of a new chapter in his distinguished career.

Deouskar, a member of the 1997 batch of the Madhya Pradesh cadre, brings with him a wealth of experience garnered from various pivotal roles in policing. His career includes stints as Superintendent of Police (SP) in multiple districts, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of the Jabalpur range, and significant appointments such as DIG Intelligence, IG Intelligence, and IG Hoshangabad zone. He was also the inaugural Police Commissioner of Bhopal under the Commissionerate system.

Recognized for his exemplary service, Deouskar was honored with the Police Medal for Meritorious Service in 2013. He joined the BSF on deputation in February 2024, previously commanding the Rajasthan Frontier of the BSF.

In his new role, Deouskar has highlighted the critical importance of effective border management to combat crimes along the Indo-Bangladesh International Border. He emphasized enhancing security measures for residents in border areas and stressed the need for fostering amicable relations between India’s Border Guarding Forces and Bangladesh. This, he emphasized, is crucial for maintaining peace and stability in the region.

The assumption of charge by Makrand Deouskar as IG BSF Guwahati Frontier marks a pivotal moment in the BSF’s efforts to ensure border security and safeguard the interests of border residents. His leadership is expected to further strengthen the BSF’s operational capabilities in the Northeast region.

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