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MHA: JCA meeting likely this week, decision on Puducherry CS and 19 DANICS officers expected

By Indian Mandarins- 12 Feb 2020
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JCA meeting Indianmandarins has reliably learnt that Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) called a meeting of Joint Cadre Authority (JCA) on Friday to decide the transfers of IAS and IPS officers of AGMUT cadre. The meeting will be chaired by the Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla in his office.

Reportedly, the JCA meeting is expected to take up the transfer of Puducherry Chief Secretary Ashwani Kumar (IAS:1992:UT) who is expected to proceed on Central Deputation. Simultaneously, several DANICS officers recently promoted to IAS may also expect their turn for postings.

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