WITH THE return of three IAS officers to the State from the Centre after completion of deputation, a bureaucratic reshuffle is in the offing. Besides posting the three officers - BR Naidu, Sanjay Joshi and S P S Parihar— the State Government has also plan to relieve many officers of their additional responsibilities. Some vacant posts are to be filled as well.
According to sources, names of some officers who are likely to be affected in the proposed administrative reshuffle have already been finalised.
Many officers, including D P Tiwari, Manoj Jhalani, J N Kansotiya, G K Shrivastava and VK Batham, are holding additional charge.
M P Civil Supplies Corporation Managing Director G K Shrivastava is holding the additional charge of Commissioner-cum-Director, Food and Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection; Controller AIDS, Salina Singh is having the additional charge of Controller Food and Drugs and Managing Director, MP State Agro Industries Development Corporation, J N Kansotiya is also looking after Horticulture and Farm Forestry as director.
The post of chairman, Board of Revenue is not having a full time officer for about three months after retirement of Ramsajeevan.
Secretary, Mining and Managing Director, M P State Mining Development Corporation, Manoj Jhalani is also having the charge of Secretary Planning.
Similarly, the post of Managing Director, Madhya Pradesh Mahila Arthik Vikas Nigam is also lying vacant after transfer of Kanchan Jain.
The post of Secretary, M P Human Rights Commission is to be filled after Swarnmala Rawla proceeded on deputation to the Centre.