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Biography of Uttar Pradesh Governor – T V Rajeswar
T V Rajeswar is the ongoing Governor of the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.
While addressing the joint session of the Legislature, Mr. T V Rajeswar said ‘the Government would establish the rule of law all over the State by creating an atmosphere free of injustice, crime and fear.
It would be the top priority of the State Government to streamline the law and order.
T V Rajeswar said that special emphasis would be given on education, health, capital investment, irrigation, roads and power sectors. – this reveals the courageous nature and firm mind of the ongoing Governor of the state of Uttar Pradesh, India – Sri T V Rajeswar.
This ex -Indian Police Service officer, and former Intelligence Bureau chief was born on 28th August 1926 in Salem, Tamil Nadu. He married to Mahalakshmi Rajeswar.
In 1949, he joined Indian Police Service. He was posted to the former Hyderabad state and after the reorganization of states, allotted to Andhra Pradesh.
He also served in the District of Nizamabad, Raichur as Superintendent of Police and also served as the Dy. Commissioner of Police in the twin city of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.
In 1962, T V Rajeswar joined Intelligence Bureau as Assistant Director. He also held the post of I.B. Officer in Sikkim and Bhutan during 1963-67.
He held the post of Deputy Director and Joint Director in I.B. Head Quarter during the period of 1967 to 1980. In Feb. 1980, he was promoted as Director, Intelligence Bureau and held the post till August 1983.
After that he was posted as Lt. Governor in Arunachal Pradesh in August 1983 and thus became the first ever I.P./I.P.S. Officer to be appointed to a Constitutional post.
In November 1985, he was posted as Governor of Sikkim and held the post till March 1989. In March 1989, he was appointed as Governor of West Bengal.
In February 1990, along with all other Governors, resigned from the post, as per the advice of President Shri R. Venkataraman.