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Three bright officers on demolition drive

By Indian Mandarins- 12 Jan 2020
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On Saturday it took few seconds to demolish two of the four residential apartments in Maradu (Kerala) but it was not so easy for the officers to ensure the flawless execution of the  Supreme Court order passed last year. The Jain Coral complex, the biggest of the four, will be demolished on Sunday at 11 am, followed by Golden Kayaloram at 2 pm.

Though Kerala Chief Secretary was accompanying the Chief Minister in Delhi he was closely monitoring the mission being executed by his three bright officers Vijay S Sakhare (IPS:1997:KL), Suhas Shivanna (IAS:2012:KL) and Snehil Kumar Singh (IAS:2016:KL) and their team. Sakhare is IG Ernakulam, Snehil is District Collector and Snehil is Assistant Collector. Snehil Kumar Singh is also known for selfless service he extended to the flood victims. 

Reportedly, the senior authorities, on official visit in Delhi, lauded the trio for executing the demolition drive.  

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