Haryana govt transfers 9 IAS officers

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Chandigarh
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  • Updated: Jan 24, 2013 20:50 IST

The Haryana government on Thursday issued transfer and posting orders of nine IAS officers with immediate effect.


Ramendra Jakhu, additional chief secretary, Transport and Civil Aviation Departments has been posted as additional chief secretary, Forests and Wild Life Department relieving Krishna Mohan of the said charge.

Hardeep Kumar, principal secretary, Sports and Youth Affairs and Animal Husbandry and Dairying departments has been posted as principal secretary, Transport and Civil Aviation departments vice Ramendra Jakhu.

P Raghavendrra Rao, principal secretary, Urban Local Bodies department has been given additional charge of principal secretary, Women and Child Development department vice Mrs Dheera Khandelwal.

PK Das, principal secretary, Science and Technology department  has been posted as principal secretary, Animal Husbandry and Dairying department vice Hardeep Kumar.

Mrs Shashi Bala Gulati, Officer on Special Duty (OSD), Manpower Planning and Secretary, Rajya Sainik Board has been posted as principal secretary, Fisheries department vice Amit Jha.

Mhathung Kithan who is awaiting orders of posting has been posted as principal secretary, Archives Department relieving Vijai Vardhan. He has also been given additional charge of OSD Manpower Planning and Secretary, Rajya Sainik Board vice Mrs Shashi Blala Gulati.

Mrs Dheera Khandelwal, principal secretary, Women and Child Development department has been posted as principal secretary, Science and Technology department vice PK Das.

Amit Jha, principal secretary, Fisheries department  has been posted as principal secretary, Sports and Youth Affairs department vice Hardeep Kumar.

Brijendra Singh, managing director, Haryana Warehousing Corporation and director general, Technical Education has been given additional charge of director general, Medical Education and Research relieving Mohinder Kumar of the said charge.

 

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