Problem with IF Then Else syntax in SQL stored procedure

What is wrong with this SQL statement?

ALTER  Procedure UpdateHODStatus

@HOD_Status varchar(1),
@HOD_Comment varchar(100),
@HOD_App_Date datetime,
@HODRequest_Status varchar(3),
@Request int

as
Begin
IF @HODRequest_Status = 'APP'
      BEGIN
            UPDATE Request
            SET HOD_Status = @HOD_Status,
                  HOD_Comment = @HOD_Comment,
                  HOD_App_Date = @HOD_App_Date,
            Request_Status = @HODRequest_Status
            Where Request_Number = @Request

            INSERT INTO PO_Request
            (Request_Number, PO_Date)
            VALUES (@Request, @HOD_App_Date
      
      END

ELSE
BEGIN
      UPDATE Request
      SET HOD_Status = @HOD_Status,
            HOD_Comment = @HOD_Comment,
            HOD_App_Date = @HOD_App_Date,
            Request_Status = @HODRequest_Status
      Where Request_Number = @Request
END
END

Here is error I get:
Server: Msg 156, Level 15, State 1, Procedure UpdateHODStatus, Line 24
Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'END'.
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
ALTER  Procedure UpdateHODStatus

@HOD_Status varchar(1),
@HOD_Comment varchar(100),
@HOD_App_Date datetime,
@HODRequest_Status varchar(3),
@Request int

as
Begin
      IF @HODRequest_Status = 'APP'
      BEGIN
            UPDATE Request
            SET HOD_Status = @HOD_Status,
            HOD_Comment = @HOD_Comment,
            HOD_App_Date = @HOD_App_Date,
            Request_Status = @HODRequest_Status
            Where Request_Number = @Request
            
            INSERT INTO PO_Request
            (Request_Number, PO_Date)
            VALUES (@Request, @HOD_App_Date ) ----------------missing ')'
      
      END
      
      ELSE
      BEGIN
            UPDATE Request
                  SET HOD_Status = @HOD_Status,
                  HOD_Comment = @HOD_Comment,
                  HOD_App_Date = @HOD_App_Date,
                  Request_Status = @HODRequest_Status
            Where Request_Number = @Request
      END
END
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