SRINAGAR The State Government on Saturday ordered transfer of 40 officers including IAS and KAS, in the interest of administration.
Sarmad Hafeez (IAS), Special Secretary to the Government, Information Department, holding charge of Administrative Secretary, Information Department, shall also hold the charge of the post of Administrative Secretary, Youth Services and Sports Department, in addition to his own duties, till further orders.
Mohammad Mehraj-ud-din Khan, KAS Commissioner/Secretary to the Government, Agriculture Production Department, has been transferred and posted as Commissioner/Secretary to the Government, ARI & Trainings Department.
Manzoor Ahmad Lone (IAS), Secretary to the Government, Horticulture Department, shall also hold the charge of the post of Administrative Secretary, Agriculture Production Department, in addition to his own duties, till further orders.
Talat Parvez Rohella, (KAS), Secretary to the Government, Department of Disaster Management, Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction, holding charge of Administrative Secretary, Department of Floriculture, Gardens & Parks, is transferred and posted as Excise Commissioner, J&K, relieving t, Mr. M.Raju, IAS (JK:2005), Commissioner c Commercial Taxes, J&K of the additional charge of the post.
Anil Kumar Gupta (KAS) has been posted secretary H&UDD, Rukhsana Gani, member JKSSB has been transferred and posted director general social welfare Kahsmir. Peerzada Haiz-ullah Shah (KAS) Registrar Cooperative Societies has been transferred nad posted as Comissioner Srinagar Muncipal Corporation, Tariq Ali (KAS) Director Sericulture J&K, has been transferred and posted as Registrar Cooperatives societies , Gazanffer Ali (KAS) has been posted as Special Secretary technical education department, Asif Hameed Khan (KAS) director libraries has been posted as MD J&K Tourism.
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