V. K. Duggal
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|V K Duggal|
March 2005 – 31 March 2007
|Preceded by||Dhirendra Singh|
|Succeeded by||Madhukar Gupta|
|Born||26 November 1944|
V K Duggal, formerly India's Water Resources Secretary, was Indian Union Home Secretary from March 2005 until April 1, 2007 when Madhukar Gupta took over the post. Duggal was born on 26 November 1944. He belongs to U.T. cadre as well as the former advisor of Chandigarh.
Duggal has held a variety of posts after a period as a short service commission officer in the Army.
He served in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi as commissioner between 1996-2000.
He served as the Sri Krishna Committee member to look into the demand of Telangana state.
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