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Pandharpatte replaces Singh as Director General of Information and Public Relations

By Indian Mandarins- 17 Jan 2020
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More than a month after taking over, the Maharashtra government transferred 22 IAS officers with Sindhudurg district collector D D Pandharpatte replacing IPS officer Brijesh Singh as the Director General of the Information and Public Relations Department.

As per convention, an IAS official headed the Information and Public Relations Department till Singh became the first IPS officer to hold the post during the previous Devendra Fadnavis regime. Additional Municipal Commissioner in Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), Pravin Darade, will be the new Commissioner of Social Welfare, Pune.

Aseem Gupta, Principal Secretary of the Rural Development Department, has been transferred to the Energy Department to name a few important positions.

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