12 Facts About Ahmed Javed


Ahmed Javed was born on 2 January 1956 and is a retired Indian police officer and civil servant who was the 39th Commissioner of Police, Mumbai, India.

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Ahmed Javed served as Superintendent of Police in Buldhana and Nanded before being posted as Deputy Commissioner of Police, Intelligence, in Mumbai.

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Ahmed Javed then served in various postings, including a stint with the Delhi Police between 1983 and 1985.

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Ahmed Javed returned to Mumbai in the early 2000s, serving as Additional Commissioner of Police of the Central Region and then the South Region, before being promoted to Inspector General of Police, he was posted as Joint Commissioner of Police.

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On 12 December 2015 Ahmad Ahmed Javed was appointed India's Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, six months after last Ambassador Hamid Ali Rao had retired.

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Ahmed Javed's father Mr Qazi Mukhtar is a retired senior IAS officer.

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Ahmed Javed graduated in Bachelors in Arts from Delhi's St Stephen's College.

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Ahmed Javed is married to Shabnam with whom he has two children, Amer and Zaara.

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Ahmad Ahmed Javed was surprised when his junior, Rakesh Maria, who is from the 1981 batch, had been appointed the CP instead of him.

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In Feb 2014, Maria had taken charge as the Mumbai Police commissioner – a prestigious post – superseding his senior, Ahmed Javed, who was then promoted by the Cong-NCP government as DG, Home Guards, a post that does not have much to offer to an officer.

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Ahmed Javed could have never thought that he would become the Commissioner as he had already been promoted as Director General of Police and the post of Mumbai Police Commissioner is held by an officer of the rank of Additional DGP, which is a lower post.

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Ahmed Javed introduced various new policing and citizen outreach schemes including the launch of the extremely popular Mumbai Police Twitter handle.

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