Chandigarh | Amidst the ongoing confusion over tenure, the Ministry of Home Affairs has clarified that the tenure of the DGP of a state is a minimum of two years as directed by the Supreme Court on September 22, 2006 in the Prakash Singh vs Union of India case. Of course his retirement should happen anytime. It is believed that PK Aggarwal can also remain on the post of DGP till 15th August. His retirement is on June 30, so the government will have to complete the formal paperwork for one and a half months. Advocate Hemant Kumar of the Punjab and Haryana High Court had filed an RTI petition in the Ministry of Home Affairs regarding the tenure of the DGP, in response to which the orders of the Supreme Court have been cited.