Rahul Navin appointed as Director-in-charge of the Enforcement Directorate of India
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Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer Rahul Navin has taken over as director-in-charge of the Enforcement Directorate (ED). He replaced outgoing director Sanjay Kumar Mishra.
An Overview of the News
This leadership change is a significant development for the Enforcement Directorate, which plays a key role in enforcing economic laws and regulations in India.
Rahul Navin currently holds the post of Special Director in the Enforcement Directorate.
As per the official order, Rahul Navin, a distinguished IRS officer of the 1993 batch, has been appointed as Director-in-charge.
He will continue in this post until the appointment of a regular director or until further orders are issued.
Sanjay Kumar Mishra:-
Sanjay Kumar Mishra's tenure as Director of Enforcement in ED ends on September 15, 2023.
Sanjay Kumar Mishra initially assumed the role of Director in the Enforcement Directorate for a two-year tenure from November 19, 2018.
The central government later issued an order on November 13, 2020, which extended Mishra's tenure from two years to three years with retrospective effect.
About Enforcement Directorate (ED)
Established: 1 May 1956
Headquarters: New Delhi, India
Mandate: A special agency responsible for enforcing economic laws and regulations in India.
Focus Area: Investigation and prosecution of financial crimes, money laundering, foreign exchange violations, and economic crimes.
Administrative Control: Works under the administrative control of the Revenue Department.
Ministry Affiliation: Part of the Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
Role: Critical role in maintaining the integrity of India's financial and economic systems by ensuring compliance with economic laws and regulations.
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