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Three Chief Secretaries retiring this month; extension likely

By Indian Mandarins- 12 Sep 2018
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Keeping in view the NaMo administration’s previous records on extensions, re-appointments it is all likely that it may give its concurrence on state governments’ proposal to give extension to the outgoing Chief Secretaries.

 

Chief secretaries of Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand and Andhra Pradesh are retiring on September 30, 2018 namely; Vineet Choudhary (IAS:1982:HP), Sudhir Tripathy (IAS:1985:JH) and Dinesh Kumar (IAS:1983:AP).

 

It may be underlined that NaMo administration, previously, gave its concurrence on extensions to the chief secretaries of even non-BJP ruled states. The only exception may be cited is Assam (a BJP ruled state) as it did not endorse the extension to Ms T Y Das (IAS:1982:AM) who retired on August 31.

 

Indianmandarins has reliably learnt that the Centre is weighing prospects to give extension to two of the three outgoing chief secretaries.

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