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Five IAS, 27 PCS officers transferred

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, July 03, 2014
First Published: 22:16 IST(3/7/2014) | Last Updated: 23:53 IST(3/7/2014)

The Punjab government on Thursday transferred five IAS officers and 27 PCS officers. The transferred IAS officers include Adappa Karthik as additional deputy commissioner (ADC) general Gurdaspur, Rupanjali as ADC general Pathankot with additional charge of ADC development, Amit Kumar as ADC general Ferozpur with additional charge of ADC-development also in Ferozpur, Kumar Amit as ADC development Jalandhar and Neelima  ADC general Faridkot.


The PCS officer transferred include Bhakhtawar Singh as ADC general Tarn Taran, Amarjit Singh Sahi ADC development with additional charge of ADC general at Ropar, Arvinder Pal Singh sandhu as ADC Moga and Ajay kumar Sood as ADC Khanna.

Other PCS officers who were transferred includes Charandev Singh Mann as ADC general and ADC development Fazilka, Poonamdeep Kaur as ADC Mohali, Kala ram kansal SDM Lehragaga and SDM Moonak, Ram Singh as SDM Garhshankar, GS Sahota SDM Patran and Jagwidnerjit Singh Grewal DTO Gurdaspur.

While Subash Singh Khatak was transferred as SDM Zira, Sukhwinder SIngh Gill (retd) as SDM Chamkaur Sahib, Harjot Kaur SDM Payal, Uma Shankar as commissioner municipal corporation Mohali, Arina Duggal SDM khamano, Bikramjeet Singh Shergill as SDM Malout, Varinder pal Singh Bajwa as SDM Jalamndhar-2, Harsohinder pal Singh as SDM Ropar, Sukhpreet Singh Sidhu as SDM Mukatsar, Rubinderjit Sigh Brar as SDM Sultanpur Lodhi, RP Singh DTO Jalandhar, Jaspal Singh Gill as SDM Guru Har Sahai, Jagjit Singh SDM Balachaur, Anuprita Johal secretary PPSC and Anand sagar Sharma SDM Khanna,

Two retired PCS officers who were given re-employment includes Pritam Singh as ADC general Jalandhar and Ajmer Singh as ADC development Moga with additional charge of SDM Dharamkot.

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