ADMINISTRATIVE RESHUFFLE

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Over 50 IAS officers get a new assignment in a bureaucratic rejig in MP

After taking over as the Madhya Pradesh CM for the fourth time, Shivraj Singh Chouhan has enacted major bureaucratic changes in which as many as 50 IAS officers have been given the new assignment.

Former chief secretary M Gopal Reddy (IAS:1985:MP) has been appointed as chairman Revenue Board, Gwalior. He was replaced by Iqbal Singh Bains immediately after Chouhan took over.

ACS Anurag Jain (IAS:1989:MP) continues to remain as ACS (Finance) but with the additional charge of Planning, Economics and Statistics department. ACS Mohd Suleman (IAS:1989:MP) will also look after Medical Education and Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation departments.

Another ACS Vinod Kumar (IAS: 1989:MP) will be heading General Administration Department. ACS JN Kansotia (IAS:1989:MP) will look after Animal Husbandry department while principal secretary Dr Rajesh Kumar Rajora (IAS:1990:MP), who used to look after industries department, will head the labour department.

Malay Shrivastava (IAS:1990:MP) will look after Public Health Engineering department as a principal secretary while Pankaj Rag (IAS:1990:MP) has been posted as the principal secretary of Parliamentary Affairs, Sports and Youth Welfare. Ashok Shah (IAS:1990:MP) is now head the Woman and Child Development department as a principal secretary. Principal secretary Manoj Govil (IAS:1990:MP) has been shifted from finance to the commercial tax department.

Principal secretary Manu Shrivastava (IAS:1991:MP) has been posted as a member of the Revenue Board, Gwalior. Principal secretary Kalpana Shrivastava (IAS:1991:MP) will now head Horticulture and Food Processing department.

Principal secretary Sanjay Dubey (IAS:1993:MP) will now head Energy and Renewable Energy department. Principal secretary Neeraj Mandloi (IAS:1993:MP) will now head PWD. Principal secretary Anupam Rajan (IAS:1993:MP) will now head the higher education department with the additional charge of principal secretary, Department of Public Relations.

Sanjay Kumar Shukla (IAS:1994:MP) is the new principal secretary of the Industrial Policy and Investment Promotion Department. Principal secretary Public Health and Family Welfare Dr Pallavi Jain Govil (IAS:1994:MP) will now head tribal welfare and scheduled castes welfare departments. IAS officer and principal secretary Deepali Rastogi (IAS:1994:MP) will head MSME department.

Principal secretary Shivshekhar Shukla(IAS:1994:MP) will continue to head Food and Civil Supply with an additional charge of culture department. Principal secretary Prateek Hajela (IAS:1995:MP), will now serve as principal secretary of Social Justice.

Some other officers included DP Ahuja (IAS:1996:MP), Nitesh Kumar Vyas (IAS:1996:MP), Faiz Ahmad Kidwai (IAS:1996:MP), Amit Rathore (IAS:1996:MP), Caralyn Khaongwar Deshmukh (IAS:1996:MP) and Sukhvir Singh (IAS:1997:MP).

11 May 2020
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Reading between lines: Secretary level reshuffle, making and breaking of myths

The NaMo administration on Akshay-Tritiya (April 26) effected a major administrative shake-up that shocked, surprised and perplexed one and all across the bureaucratic hierarchy.

Three-month extension to Union Health Secretary Ms Preety Sudan and appointment of Rajesh Bhushan as OSD in the Department of Health, reflected the government’s seriousness and preparedness towards fight against COVID-19.

Among all appointments and reshuffle, what has astonished the most is the appointment of Pawan Kumar Agarwal as Special Secretary, Logistics. Probably it was for the first time in the last several decades that a full-fledged secretary rank IAS officer has been appointed to a level below i.e. secretary equivalent post.

Further, A K Sharma’s appointment as  Secretary in MSME Ministry headed by Nitin Gadkari, too, is not an exception. It was widely speculated that Sharma, for obvious reasons, might be drafted as Secretary, PMO. Probably it narrates the inside story and balance of power in PMO. Sharma’s appointment also underlines that PM Modi treats his close aides in a unique manner else what would define G C Murmu’s post-retirement reward as Lt Governor of J&K. Murmu who was widely speculated to become ED chief but instead, he was frequently moved from the Department of Expenditure to DFS  and Revenue as Additional Secretary and then as Secretary, Expenditure. Nothing comes easily in the NaMo administration. In the time to come Sharma's assignment may prove to be a temporary arrangement only.

Nagendra Nath Sinha’s shift on a lateral shift basis from Border Management to the Department of Rural Development too needs to be seen from a wider perspective. Rural Development is something which is key to Modi’s model of administration bringing governance to the doorsteps of the rural households. At a time when Modi was seen losing his prospects in the run-up to 2019 elections turned out to be a historic victory due to the immense response from the Rural folks. Expectation from N N Sinha to fit into the shoes of Amarjit Sinha underlines the challenges of his uphill task that he is entrusted with.

Moving to Finance Ministry, the appointment of Tarun Bajaj has surprised none. For officers across batches and cadres, Bajaj’s appointment is being termed as a perfect choice to steer DEA. It will be interesting to see the performance of two former PMO guys in the FinMin. It is believed that after re-aligning the fiscal deficit and expenditure management, Dr T V Somanathan would continue holding the turf in FinMin to take up the unaccomplished agenda of ABP Pandey next year.

Shifting Ravi Mittal from I&B to Sports vice Radheshyam Julania is another decision that drew everyone’s attention. It unravels two important aspects. First, Julania was reportedly never satisfied with his portfolio at the Centre and had been exploring an avenue for a satisfying assignment back in the cadre. Secondly, connect between Julania and the concerned minister was missing.

In view of the additional charge of I&B to Amit Khare, if one has a close look at the frequent additions to Khare’s responsibility he appears to be in the role of Man Friday which signifies the government’s trust in his administrative skill and art of tight-rope walk.

Food and Public Distribution Secretary Ravi Kant, who once forayed into Secretaryship in Shipping ministry, has finally landed at the Department of Ex-Serviceman Welfare. Insiders in the shipping sector term it a poetic justice. Amid COVID-19 crises and the importance of food and public distribution his departure from the department makes people curious.  

Indu Shekhar Chaturvedi, presently in the cadre, replacing Anand Kumar as Secretary MNRE appears more of giving Chaturvedi a suitable job whereas Kumar moving to Culture ministry fulfills a long-pending gap. It may be recalled that Chaturvedi was once JS, PMO  in Manmohan Singh’s tenure. Similarly Sudhanshu Panday, Mrs Leena Nandan, and Rameshwar Prasad Gupta too have got their dues with reasonable assignments of Food and Public Distribution, Consumer Affairs and Environment and Forests and Climate Change respectively.

Ajay Tirkey as Secretary, Ministry of Women and Child Development and CBSE Chairperson Mrs Anita Karwal as Secretary School Education were among a few fortunate to be posted in the rank and pay of Secretary in their own ministries. It appeared that the School Education Secretary post was kept vacant for several months for Mrs Karwal only. Contrary to these two postings it was earlier speculated that MSME DC Ram Mohan Mishra too might be given posting in his own ministry which did not happen.

Secretary-level postings which were discussed in the bureaucratic circle the most include MoRTH Secretary Sanjeev Ranjan as Shipping Secretary; EO Pradeep Kumar Tripathy as Steel Secretary; VC DDA Tarun Kapoor as Secretary Petroleum; Giridhar Aramane as Secretary Road Transport and Highways. 

Handing over the crucially important department (i.e. Corporate Affairs) held by an Odisha cadre officer Injeti Sriniwas to another Odisha cadre officer Rajesh Verma too offers something to decipher.

Last but not least! It may be observed that Mrs Jyoti Arora (IAS:1987:HY) was given Special Secretary whereas her batchmates B Anand (IAS:1987:TN) and Mrs Neel Kamal Darbari (IAS:1987:RJ)  given Secretary rank. Six batchmates from freshly empanelled batch i.e. 1988 namely; Bidyut Bihari Swain (IAS:1988:GJ), Apurva Chandra (IAS:1988:MH), Ali Raza Rizwi (IAS:1988:HP), Praveen Kumar Srivastava (IAS:1988:AM), Arvind Singh (IAS:1988:MH), Indevar Pandey (IAS:1988:WB); were elevated in the rank of Special Secretary.

One more name in the list which draws attention uniquely is Rajiv Bansal (IAS:1988:NL) which has resemblance with Ravi Mittal (IAS:1986:BH) albeit a little differently. One may recall that before becoming I&B Secretary Ravi Mittal served in DFS (Banking) as Special Secretary and was supposed for a posting as Secretary, DFS. A month before Rajiv Kumar was to retire in February 2020 Mittal was shifted as I&B Secretary clearing the deck for Debashish Panda. Similarly, Bansal too was shifted from Petroleum to Air India as CMD a few weeks before his empanelment as Secretary and subsequently a little earlier to the retirement of Petroleum Secretary M M Kutty. Still Bansal has robust reasons to stay cheered up is that the NaMo administration has send out a good signal by promoting him in the rank and pay of Secretary, Government of India. And why not if he has three complete years in service to move upwardly.

(By Rakesh Ranjan)

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27 Apr 2020
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Over 50 IAS officers get a new assignment in a bureaucratic rejig in MP

By IndianMandarins 11 May 2020

After taking over as the Madhya Pradesh CM for the fourth time, Shivraj Singh Chouhan has enacted major bureaucratic changes in which as many as 50 IAS officers have been given the new assignment.

Former chief secretary M Gopal Reddy (IAS:1985:MP) has been appointed as chairman Revenue Board, Gwalior. He was replaced by Iqbal Singh Bains immediately after Chouhan took over.

ACS Anurag Jain (IAS:1989:MP) continues to remain as ACS (Finance) but with the additional charge of Planning, Economics and Statistics department. ACS Mohd Suleman (IAS:1989:MP) will also look after Medical Education and Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation departments.

Another ACS Vinod Kumar (IAS: 1989:MP) will be heading General Administration Department. ACS JN Kansotia (IAS:1989:MP) will look after Animal Husbandry department while principal secretary Dr Rajesh Kumar Rajora (IAS:1990:MP), who used to look after industries department, will head the labour department.

Malay Shrivastava (IAS:1990:MP) will look after Public Health Engineering department as a principal secretary while Pankaj Rag (IAS:1990:MP) has been posted as the principal secretary of Parliamentary Affairs, Sports and Youth Welfare. Ashok Shah (IAS:1990:MP) is now head the Woman and Child Development department as a principal secretary. Principal secretary Manoj Govil (IAS:1990:MP) has been shifted from finance to the commercial tax department.

Principal secretary Manu Shrivastava (IAS:1991:MP) has been posted as a member of the Revenue Board, Gwalior. Principal secretary Kalpana Shrivastava (IAS:1991:MP) will now head Horticulture and Food Processing department.

Principal secretary Sanjay Dubey (IAS:1993:MP) will now head Energy and Renewable Energy department. Principal secretary Neeraj Mandloi (IAS:1993:MP) will now head PWD. Principal secretary Anupam Rajan (IAS:1993:MP) will now head the higher education department with the additional charge of principal secretary, Department of Public Relations.

Sanjay Kumar Shukla (IAS:1994:MP) is the new principal secretary of the Industrial Policy and Investment Promotion Department. Principal secretary Public Health and Family Welfare Dr Pallavi Jain Govil (IAS:1994:MP) will now head tribal welfare and scheduled castes welfare departments. IAS officer and principal secretary Deepali Rastogi (IAS:1994:MP) will head MSME department.

Principal secretary Shivshekhar Shukla(IAS:1994:MP) will continue to head Food and Civil Supply with an additional charge of culture department. Principal secretary Prateek Hajela (IAS:1995:MP), will now serve as principal secretary of Social Justice.

Some other officers included DP Ahuja (IAS:1996:MP), Nitesh Kumar Vyas (IAS:1996:MP), Faiz Ahmad Kidwai (IAS:1996:MP), Amit Rathore (IAS:1996:MP), Caralyn Khaongwar Deshmukh (IAS:1996:MP) and Sukhvir Singh (IAS:1997:MP).

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Reading between lines: Secretary level reshuffle, making and breaking of myths

By Rakesh Ranjan 27 Apr 2020

The NaMo administration on Akshay-Tritiya (April 26) effected a major administrative shake-up that shocked, surprised and perplexed one and all across the bureaucratic hierarchy.

Three-month extension to Union Health Secretary Ms Preety Sudan and appointment of Rajesh Bhushan as OSD in the Department of Health, reflected the government’s seriousness and preparedness towards fight against COVID-19.

Among all appointments and reshuffle, what has astonished the most is the appointment of Pawan Kumar Agarwal as Special Secretary, Logistics. Probably it was for the first time in the last several decades that a full-fledged secretary rank IAS officer has been appointed to a level below i.e. secretary equivalent post.

Further, A K Sharma’s appointment as  Secretary in MSME Ministry headed by Nitin Gadkari, too, is not an exception. It was widely speculated that Sharma, for obvious reasons, might be drafted as Secretary, PMO. Probably it narrates the inside story and balance of power in PMO. Sharma’s appointment also underlines that PM Modi treats his close aides in a unique manner else what would define G C Murmu’s post-retirement reward as Lt Governor of J&K. Murmu who was widely speculated to become ED chief but instead, he was frequently moved from the Department of Expenditure to DFS  and Revenue as Additional Secretary and then as Secretary, Expenditure. Nothing comes easily in the NaMo administration. In the time to come Sharma's assignment may prove to be a temporary arrangement only.

Nagendra Nath Sinha’s shift on a lateral shift basis from Border Management to the Department of Rural Development too needs to be seen from a wider perspective. Rural Development is something which is key to Modi’s model of administration bringing governance to the doorsteps of the rural households. At a time when Modi was seen losing his prospects in the run-up to 2019 elections turned out to be a historic victory due to the immense response from the Rural folks. Expectation from N N Sinha to fit into the shoes of Amarjit Sinha underlines the challenges of his uphill task that he is entrusted with.

Moving to Finance Ministry, the appointment of Tarun Bajaj has surprised none. For officers across batches and cadres, Bajaj’s appointment is being termed as a perfect choice to steer DEA. It will be interesting to see the performance of two former PMO guys in the FinMin. It is believed that after re-aligning the fiscal deficit and expenditure management, Dr T V Somanathan would continue holding the turf in FinMin to take up the unaccomplished agenda of ABP Pandey next year.

Shifting Ravi Mittal from I&B to Sports vice Radheshyam Julania is another decision that drew everyone’s attention. It unravels two important aspects. First, Julania was reportedly never satisfied with his portfolio at the Centre and had been exploring an avenue for a satisfying assignment back in the cadre. Secondly, connect between Julania and the concerned minister was missing.

In view of the additional charge of I&B to Amit Khare, if one has a close look at the frequent additions to Khare’s responsibility he appears to be in the role of Man Friday which signifies the government’s trust in his administrative skill and art of tight-rope walk.

Food and Public Distribution Secretary Ravi Kant, who once forayed into Secretaryship in Shipping ministry, has finally landed at the Department of Ex-Serviceman Welfare. Insiders in the shipping sector term it a poetic justice. Amid COVID-19 crises and the importance of food and public distribution his departure from the department makes people curious.  

Indu Shekhar Chaturvedi, presently in the cadre, replacing Anand Kumar as Secretary MNRE appears more of giving Chaturvedi a suitable job whereas Kumar moving to Culture ministry fulfills a long-pending gap. It may be recalled that Chaturvedi was once JS, PMO  in Manmohan Singh’s tenure. Similarly Sudhanshu Panday, Mrs Leena Nandan, and Rameshwar Prasad Gupta too have got their dues with reasonable assignments of Food and Public Distribution, Consumer Affairs and Environment and Forests and Climate Change respectively.

Ajay Tirkey as Secretary, Ministry of Women and Child Development and CBSE Chairperson Mrs Anita Karwal as Secretary School Education were among a few fortunate to be posted in the rank and pay of Secretary in their own ministries. It appeared that the School Education Secretary post was kept vacant for several months for Mrs Karwal only. Contrary to these two postings it was earlier speculated that MSME DC Ram Mohan Mishra too might be given posting in his own ministry which did not happen.

Secretary-level postings which were discussed in the bureaucratic circle the most include MoRTH Secretary Sanjeev Ranjan as Shipping Secretary; EO Pradeep Kumar Tripathy as Steel Secretary; VC DDA Tarun Kapoor as Secretary Petroleum; Giridhar Aramane as Secretary Road Transport and Highways. 

Handing over the crucially important department (i.e. Corporate Affairs) held by an Odisha cadre officer Injeti Sriniwas to another Odisha cadre officer Rajesh Verma too offers something to decipher.

Last but not least! It may be observed that Mrs Jyoti Arora (IAS:1987:HY) was given Special Secretary whereas her batchmates B Anand (IAS:1987:TN) and Mrs Neel Kamal Darbari (IAS:1987:RJ)  given Secretary rank. Six batchmates from freshly empanelled batch i.e. 1988 namely; Bidyut Bihari Swain (IAS:1988:GJ), Apurva Chandra (IAS:1988:MH), Ali Raza Rizwi (IAS:1988:HP), Praveen Kumar Srivastava (IAS:1988:AM), Arvind Singh (IAS:1988:MH), Indevar Pandey (IAS:1988:WB); were elevated in the rank of Special Secretary.

One more name in the list which draws attention uniquely is Rajiv Bansal (IAS:1988:NL) which has resemblance with Ravi Mittal (IAS:1986:BH) albeit a little differently. One may recall that before becoming I&B Secretary Ravi Mittal served in DFS (Banking) as Special Secretary and was supposed for a posting as Secretary, DFS. A month before Rajiv Kumar was to retire in February 2020 Mittal was shifted as I&B Secretary clearing the deck for Debashish Panda. Similarly, Bansal too was shifted from Petroleum to Air India as CMD a few weeks before his empanelment as Secretary and subsequently a little earlier to the retirement of Petroleum Secretary M M Kutty. Still Bansal has robust reasons to stay cheered up is that the NaMo administration has send out a good signal by promoting him in the rank and pay of Secretary, Government of India. And why not if he has three complete years in service to move upwardly.

(By Rakesh Ranjan)

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MP Govt effects bureaucratic rejig: 8 IAS officers get new assignment

By IndianMandarins 24 Mar 2020

After the return of Shivraj Singh Chauhan as Madhya Pradesh CM, the new Government has effected the transfer of following IAS officers:

  1. Jay Narayan Kansotiya (IAS:1989) presently Additional Chief Secretary, Social Justice and Disabled Persons Welfare was given additional charge as Additional Chief Secretary,  Cottage and Rural Industries Department
  2. Prabhanshu Kama l(IAS:1985) presently Agriculture Production Commissioner was transferred as Chairmen, Professional Examination Board, Bhopal
  3. Kishore Kumar Singh (IAS:1985) presently Additional Chief Secretary, General Administration Department goes as Agriculture Production Commissioner, MP.
  4. I C P Keshari (IAS:1988) presently Chairman, Professional Examination Board MP and OSD-cum- Resident Commissioner, MP Bhawan (New Delhi) and Additional Chief Secretary, Commercial Tax Department was posted as Additional Chief Secretary- General administration Department
  5. Vinod Kumar (IAS:1989) presently MD, SC, Finance Development Corporation, and additional chief secretary SC Welfare was transferred as Vice President- Narmada Valley Development Authority (NVDA), Bhopal.
  6. Sandeep Kumar Mawkin (IAS:2010) presently Commissioner, Gwalior Municipal Corporation  transferred as Director, Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehab Department;
  7. Harsh Dixit (IAS:2013) presently Additional Collector Jabalpur was transferred as Commissioner, Gwalior Municipal Corporation;
  8. Dr. ILayaraja T (IAS:2009) presently Department Secretary to CM and Deputy Secretary, Aviation Department was given additional charge as Director, Aviation

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IAS officers who may be picked by Shivraj shortly: Indianmandarins exclusive

By IndianMandarins 23 Mar 2020

With the comeback of Shivraj Singh Chauhan as MP Chief Minister the state is bound for a top level bureaucratic shake up. Indianmandarins Shivraj Singh's old team may make a comeback in an immediate reshuffle. Though, one should expect that Jyotiraditya Scindhia may certainly bring some officers from his camp. 

If some top sources are to be believed the newly appointed Chief Secretary M Gopal Reddy (IAS:1985:MP) may be changed. Two senior IAS officers Iqbal Singh Bains (IAS:1985:MP) and Radheyshyam Julaniya (IAS:1985:MP) are frontrunners to become Reddy’s successor.

Further, the CMO may witness continuity of Ashok Kumar Barnwal (IAS:1991:MP) as Principal Secretary to CM. After taking over from Shivraj, Kamalnath had surprised one and all by continuing Barnwal as his Principal Secretary.

Top sources say that Shivraj may pick Anurag Jain (IAS:1989:MP) also as another PS to CM. Jain, considered among few brightest civil servants, had a vast experience during his tenure as Joint Secretary, PMO.   

Two of Shivraj’s previous secretaries Hari Ranjan Rao (IAS:1994:MP) and Vivek Agrawal (IAS:1994:MP), presently serving at Centre as Joint Secretary, may also be recalled to cadre state pre-maturely.

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Haryana government transfers seven IAS officers

By IndianMandarins 09 Mar 2020

The Haryana government has transferred six IAS officers with immediate effect. Rajeev Ranjan (IAS: 1998: Haryana) has been appointed as director general and secretary, Tourism Department with additional charge of Secretary Home-II Department and Commissioner, Gurdwara Elections during the training period of Rajesh Jogpal.

Wazeer Singh Goyat (IAS:2003:Haryana) has been appointed as director general and secretary, archives department. He was posted as Secretary, Irrigation and Water Resources Department. Ashok Kumar Garg (IAS:2009:Haryana), director, consolidation of land holdings and land records, has been posted as Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Hisar.

Ajay Singh Tomar (IAS:2012: Haryana) , Additional Secretary, Public Health Engineering Department, has been posted as Director and Additional Secretary, Electronics and Information Technology Department. Jai Krishan Abhir, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Hisar, has been posted as Director, Consolidation of Land Holdings and Land Records.

Rani Nagar (IAS:2014: Haryana), Additional Director and Additional Secretary, Social Justice and Empowerment Department, has been given the additional charge of Director and Additional Secretary, Archives Department.

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Telangana: Four IAS officers reshuffled

By IndianMandarins 28 Feb 2020

In a relatively small bureaucratic rejig as many as four IAS officers were transferred and posted at various departments in the Govt Telangana. 

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MP government transfers 52 IPS officers

By IndianMandarins 10 Feb 2020

The Madhya Pradesh government has transferred as many as 52 IPS officers in a major bureaucratic reshuffle. Of the IPS officers shifted, five officers are additional director general (ADG) rank while there are many IGP rank officers shifted from their present post.

ADG, police (SCRB) GP Singh is the ADG, police for anti-naxal operations posted at the police headquarters in Bhopal. Rajesh Chawla, ADG, Homeguard will replace him. Similarly, ADG, police (Administration) Kailash Makwana is now ADG, police (Narcotics). The incumbent officer on the post Ajay Kumar Sharma will replace him. G Janardhan, ADG, police, Jawaharlal Nehru Police Academy, Sagar will be the ADG, Shahdol range.

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Major reshuffle in the police department in J&K

By IndianMandarins 08 Feb 2020

Union territory administration of Jammu and Kashmir has ordered postings and transfers of 60 police officers including 14 IPS officers. This included posting of Garib Dass (IPS:1997) as Inspector General of Police (IGP), police headquarters. This has been a major reshuffle after reorganisation of J&K.

Basant Kumar Rath (IPS:2000) has been posted as IGP Home Guard, Civil Defence and State Disaster Response Force. Amit Kumar (IPS:2006) has been posted as DIG (Armed) Jammu. SSP Shridhar Patil will be the new district chief of Jammu, replacing Tejinder Singh who was transferred and posted as AIG (Training and policy) police headquarters vice Sameer Rekhi.

Imtiaz Ismail Parray has been appointed as SSP Crime, Kashmir vice Javid Ahmad Koul who has been appointed as SSP, Traffic city, Srinagar. Mohammad Bhat, AIG, Tech, police headquarters, is transferred and posted as AIG (P&T), police headquarters vice Mubassir Latifi Ameer. He will continue to hold the charge of the post of AIG (Building), police headquarters, in addition to his own duties, till further orders.

Ajeet Singh, SSP zonal police headquarters Kashmir, was transferred and posted as SSP, CID cell, New Delhi, against an available post, the order said. Swarn Singh Kotwal was posted as SSP security Jammu vice Ashok Kumar Sharma.

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