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35 PCS officers transferred

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, July 24, 2014
First Published: 12:58 IST(24/7/2014) | Last Updated: 13:08 IST(24/7/2014)

The Punjab government on Wednesday transferred 35 Punjab Civil Services (PCS) officers with immediate effect.

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An official spokesperson has stated here that Amit Talwar now will be general manager (personnel and administration), PUNSUP; Neeraj Kumar, assistant commissioner (general), Kapurthala; and Vijay Kumar Syal, assistant commissioner (general) and in addition assistant commissioner (grievances), Faridkot.

Rajat Oberoi is SDM (subdivisional magistrate), Batala; Lovjeet Kalsi, DTO (district transport officer), Amritsar, and in addition estate officer, Amritsar Development Authority; Ravjot Grewal, assistant commissioner (grievances), Fatehgarh Sahib; Kamaljot Kaur, assistant commissioner (grievances), Rupnagar; Navreet Kaur Sekhon, assistant commissioner (general) and in addition assistant commissioner (grievances), Sangrur; Narinder Singh-1, assistant commissioner (general), Bathinda; and Navraaj Singh Brar, assistant commissioner (general) Ludhiana.

Kanu Thind is assistant commissioner (grievances), Ludhiana; Amareshwar Singh, DTO Moga; Sorabh Kumar Arora, assistant commissioner (general) and in addition assistant commissioner (grievances) Gurdaspur; Jashanpreet Kaur Gill, assistant commissioner (general), SAS Nagar; Nitish Singla, DTO, Rupnagar; Jasleen Kaur, assistant commissioner (grievances), Ferozepur; Udhaydeep Singh Sidhu, assistant commissioner (general), Fatehgarh Sahib; Charu Mita, assistant commissioner (grievances), Bathinda; and Avikesh Gupta, assistant commissioner (general), Patiala.

Simarpreet is assistant commissioner (grievances), Patiala; Geetika Singh, assistant commissioner (general) and in addition assistant commissioner (grievances), Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar (Nawanshahr); Manjit Singh Cheema, assistant commissioner (general) and in addition assistant commissioner (grievances), Muktsar; Amrinder Singh Tiwana, assistant commissioner (general) and in addition assistant commissioner (grievances), Tarn Taran; Kulpreet Singh, assistant commissioner (general) and in addition assistant commissioner (grievances), Fazilka; and Shubhdeep Kaur, assistant commissioner (grievances), SAS Nagar.

Arshdeep Singh is assistant commissioner (general) Amritsar; Damandeep Kaur, assistant commissioner (general), Jalandhar; Balbir Raj Singh, assistant commissioner (general) and in addition assistant commissioner (grievances) Pathankot; Satwant Singh, assistant commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Ludhiana; Poonam Singh, assistant commissioner (grievances) Amritsar; Narinder Singh-2, assistant commissioner (grievances) Mansa; Navneet Kaur Bal, assistant commissioner (general), Hoshiarpur; Hardeep Singh, DTO, Muktsar; Sonam Chaudhary, assistant commissioner (general), Barnala; and Kanwaljit Singh DTO, Fatehgarh Sahib. The posting orders of Amandeep Kaur-2, PCS, and Shikha Bhagat, PCS, would be issued later.

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