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HP: Several top posts on hold, next RERA Chairperson remains a mystery

By Indian Mandarins- 29 Oct 2019
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The entire bureaucracy in Himachal Pradesh is anxiously watching the appointment of next Chairperson of RERA in the state. So far, no retired bureaucrat has got any post-retirement assignment under the present govt. The State Govt scrapped the State Administrative Tribunal after recommending the names of Srikant Baldi and Manisha Nanda for appointment as Member, Administration.

Vacant posts in the HP Public Service Commission too have not been filled up as yet. The appointment to the post of Chairperson Himachal Pradesh Food Commission has reportedly been put on hold. For RERA, the outgoing Chief Secretary Dr Shrikant Baldi (IAS:1985:HP) is the front runner and he is reported to have identified office accommodation and staff as well whereas the post is yet to be advertised.

 

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