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CB Naidu rejigs officers in some important areas

By Indian Mandarins- 19 Jan 2019
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In a minor but politically significant reshuffle, the AP government has posted Ram Prakash Sisodia, who has been replaced by Gopal Krishna Dwivedi as the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), as Principal Secretary (Tribal Welfare). 


Shamsher Singh Rawat, who is currently holding the post of Principal Secretary (Tribal Welfare) has been re-designated as Principal Secretary (Social Welfare). West Godavari (W.G.) Collector K. Bhaskar is posted as Visakhapatnam district Collector in the place of Pravin Kumar, who has been transferred as Collector, W.G.Srikant Nagulapalli,  Secretary (Political) in the General Administration Department, is placed in full additional charge to the post of secretary (services) in the same department. K. Damayanthi, Special Commissioner of A.P. Bhavan and Principal Secretary (Higher Education), is given full additional charge as Principal Secretary (Animal Husbandry, Dairy Development and Fisheries) consequent on Dwivedi’s appointment as CEO.

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