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Punjab transfers three IAS, 13 PCS officers

HT Correspondent   April 28, 2012
First Published: 13:35 IST(28/4/2012) | Last Updated: 13:37 IST(28/4/2012)

The Punjab government on Friday issued transfer and posting orders of three IAS and 13 PCS officers with immediate effect.

Among the IAS officers shifted, Dharma Dutt Ternech has been posted as special secretary, revenue, against a vacant post and in addition director, land record settlement and consolidation and land acquisition, Jalandhar.

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Nelima has been posted as the additional deputy commissioner (ADC), Barnala, and Isha as the subdivisional magistrate (SDM), Payal.

The 13 PCS officers with fresh postings included Indu Malhotra (ADC, Sangrur), Manpreet Singh (DTO, Ludhiana), Dilraj Singh (ADC, SAS Nagar), Baldev Singh (ADC, Muktsar), Pardeep Kumar (additional commissioner, MC, Amritsar, in addition deputy director, local bodies, Amritsar), Mukand Singh Sandhu (SDM, Amloh), Amarjit Singh Shahi (SDM, Anandpur Sahib in addition SDM, Nangal), Gurmeet Singh (SDM, Jagraon in addition SDM, Raikot), Gurpreet Singh Thind (DTO, Sangrur), Purshotam Singh Sodhi (SDM, Khanna), Pritam Singh Johal (ADC, Ferozepur), Sukhwinder Singh Gill (SDM, Samana) and Gurtej Singh (SDM, Sunam).

Additional charge for SR Ladhar
The Punjab government on Friday issued additional charge of the Jalandhar division to Patiala divisional commissioner SR Ladhar.

The orders came after Ludhiana divisional commissioner Anurag Verma moved for training, a spokesperson said.

Likewise, on account of proceeding on training of Kahan Singh Pannu, Ludhiana deputy commissioner Rahul Tiwari would hold additional charge as chief administrator, Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority.

The charge of resident commissioner at Punjab Bhawan, New Delhi, has been given to principal secretary, investment promotion, Kalpna Mittal Baruah. She is also holding additional charge of principal resident commissioner (industrial liaison), New Delhi.

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