5 Officers Shifted, 2 Get Additional Charge

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SRINAGAR — The Government on Thursday ordered transfer of five officers in the interest of administration with immediate effect,

According to an order issued here, Wasim Raja Dar (KAS), Project Officer, Wage Employment (Assistant Commissioner Development), Budgam, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary to the Government, Tourism Department.

Ghulam Mohd (KAS) Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Khairu, has been transferred and posted as Project Officer, Wage Employment (Assistant Commissioner Development), Kargil.

Ms. Nuzhat Khurshid Qurashi, Deputy District Election Officer, Budgam, has been transferred and posted as Project Officer, Wage Employment (Assistant Commissioner Development), Budgam, vice Waseem Raja.

“She shall also hold the charge of the post of Deputy District Election Officer, Budgam, in addition to her own duties, till further orders.”

Abdul Gaffar Zargar, Deputy District Election Officer, Leh, has been transferred and posted as Sub Divisional Magistrate, Khairu, vice Ghulam Mohd.

Mr. Tsering Paldan (KAS) Project Officer, Wage Employment (Assistant Commissioner Development), Leh, ha has been asked to hold the charge of the post of Deputy District Election Officer, Leh, in addition to his own duties, till further orders.

Separately, the government order transfer of Ms. Shubra Sharma (KAS), Additional District Development Commissioner, Kathua. She has been posted as Director, Forensic Science Laboratory, J&K, with immediate effect.

3 SSPs Transferred To ACB

The Government on Wednesday transferred three Senior Superintendents of Police  from the place of posting and posted them in the Anti Corruption Bureau with immediate effect. The officers inclide Sandeep Gupta (IPS), Additional SP, Anantnag, Dalip Kumar(JKPS), AIG (CIV), PHQ and Mushtaq Ahmad Choudhary (JKPS), ASP Crime, Jammu.

“Javeed lqbal Matoo, JKPS, SSP, Anti Corruption Bureau is repatriated to the Home Department for further posting,” the order said, adding, “Advance T.E, as admissible under rules, is also sanctioned in favour of the officer(s) in whose case change of station is involved.”

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