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Himachal sends IAS officers on compulsory retirement

The Himachal Pradesh government today compulsorily retired two senior Indian Administrative Service officers due to their non performance in service, an official said.

india Updated: Jul 16, 2010 22:49 IST

The Himachal Pradesh government on Friday compulsorily retired two senior Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers due to their non performance in service, an official said.

"Two IAS officers Desh Deepak (1983 batch) and Vijender Singh (1987 batch) were forced to take premature retirement as they were not performing well in service," Principal Secretary (Personnel) Ajay Mittal told IANS.

He said the action was taken against the officers after taking permission from the central government.

A government official said both the officers have been facing a number of charges during their postings in various departments.

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