This man has served the country all his life as a prominent figure in the Anti-Corruption Bureau.
Jaipur: There have been tons of talented beings that have made quite a name for themselves in their respective professional lives, but there have been a few others who have gone beyond that and have shown the world their brilliance in their work. These individuals are those who work day in and day out and then leave no stone unturned to turn their ideas and visions from paper into reality. Across fields and sectors around the world, the ones who have served the country as police officials have shone brighter than others for the kind of commitment they have shown to the people of their nation. Doing that and much more is one such incredible human being named Munganahalli Narayanaswamy Dinesh, aka Dinesh MN.
Dinesh MN is an Indian Police Service officer hailing from Karnataka who now serves as the Additional Director General of Police of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) of Rajasthan. Over the years, this passionate being has proved his mettle in the industry and has shown what he truly stands for as a proud public servant. Born on 6th September 1971 in Munganahalli village in Karnataka, Dinesh MN went on to attain BE degree in Electronics and Communication, graduating from BDT College Engineering Davanagere Karnataka in the year 1993. In 1995, he became an Indian Police Service officer and was soon allotted to the Rajasthan cadre.
After getting selected in the IPS in 1995, he joined LBSSNAA at Mussoorie for Foundation course in 1996. The following year, Dinesh MN completed the Basic Police Training Course, joining NPA at Hyderabad and joined Rajasthan for District training at Jodhpur and then completed his two years of Kashmir Attachment, Army attachment, and Phase 2 training at Hyderabad in 1998.
The government official also calls himself a fitness freak, who often thrills people on his social media by posting his pictures and videos of working out. Dinesh MN has been a dedicated officer in Indian Police, and his achievements speak volumes about him as an IPS officer.