1987 Cadre IAS Officer Relieved Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Chhattisgarh
SRINAGAR State Government on Wednesday appointment of B. V. R. Subrahmanyam, a 1987-batch IAS officer of Chhattisgarh cadre, Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir.
The services of senior IAS officer of Chhattisgarh cadre Subrahmanyam were placed at the disposal of the J&K government.
Consequent to the placement of his services at the disposal of the Government of Jammu and Kashmir, B. V. R. Subrahmanyam, IAS (CG: 1987) is hereby appointed as Chief Secretary, J&K with immediate effect, reads an order issued here by the GAD
The 55-year-old a 1987-batch IAS officer, who hails from Andhra Pradesh, replaced B.B. Vyas.
Subrahmanyam is at present the Additional Chief Secretary (Home) in Chhattisgarh.
Upon the appointment, one Government car shall be placed at his disposal on the terms that all expenses relating to maintenance of the vehicle including any payment on account of taxes, etc will be borne by the State Government against a payment of Rs. 100/- per month payable by the Chief Secretary for its use; and all running expenses of the vehicle will be paid by the State Government for all official purposes and private purposes upto 500 kilometers per month;
The officer, officer said shall be entitled to a fully furnished rent free Government accommodation for residential purposes.
Vyas, Kumar appointed Vohras advisors
Governor N. N. Vohra has appointed Sh. B.B. Vyas, IAS, Chief Secretary, J&K and Vijay Kumar, IPS (Retd.) presently serving as Senior Security Advisor, Union Ministry of Home Affairs, as Advisors to the Governor with effect from the date they assume charge. According to an order issued by the General Administration Department, the terms and conditions of their appointment shall be notified separately.
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