UP Govt asks Centre to relieve six IAS officers

Updated on May 16, 2007 12:22 PM IST
A formal letter in this regard has been sent by the state government requesting the centre to relieve the officers who are currently on deputation there.
HT Image
HT Image
PTI | By, Lucknow

The Uttar Pradesh government has asked the Centre to relieve six IAS officers, who are currently on deputation there.



A formal letter in this regard was sent by the state government on Tuesday requesting the centre to relieve six senior IAS officers, including G B Patnaik, Anoop Mishra, JN Chamber and R Ramesh Kumar, official sources in Lucknow said.



Mayawati government has already appointed Atul Gupta and Navneet Sehgal as Industrial Development Commissioner and secretary to the chief minister respectively.



Both the officers have been called back from the Centre though a formal request to repatriate them was sent only on Tuesday, they said.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE ON
Close Story
QUICKREADS

Less time to read?

Try Quickreads

  • The victim reportedly climbed the terrace wall to raise the flag but slipped while tying it to the pole.

    Bengaluru techie dies while trying to raise national flag: Report

    A 33-year-old software engineer fell to Vishwas Kumar's death Sunday while hoisting the national flat at his home in Bengaluru's Hennur area, according to a report by The Times of India. According to the media report, Vishwas Kumar and his parents are from Karnataka's Dakshina Kannada. Kumar worked at a private IT firm in the city. Kumar died a few hours later. Vishwas Kumar is survived by his wife and a two-year-old daughter.

  • Vidhana Soudha of Bengaluru.

    Independence Day: 5 iconic places in Bengaluru that are illuminated in tricolour

    The country is celebrating the 75th Independence Day and many iconic places across the nation have been decorated with tri-coloured lights. Vidhana Soudha Vidhana Soudha is illuminated in tri colour from August 15 as part of 'Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav' celebrations and thousands of people have been visiting the place at night to experience the lighting.2.

  • Maharashtra minister Sudhir Mungantiwar

    No ‘hello’, only 'Vande Mataram' for calls, Maharashtra officials told: Report

    “We are entering the 76th year of Independence. We are celebrating Amrit Mahotsav (of Independence). Hence, I want officials to say 'Vande Mataram' over the phone instead of hellonewly-appointed Maharashtra cultural affairs minister Sudhir Mungantiwarwar announced, news agency PTI reported. He said a formal government order on the same will be out by August 18. The minister made the announcement in one of his first decisions, shortly after chief minister Eknath Shinde handed out portfolios in the state cabinet.

  • HP chief minister Jai Ram Thakur flagging off a Tiranga rally to commemorate 75 years of Independence from Shimla Railway Station on Sunday. (HT Photo)

    HP cabinet gives nod for setting up 76 model wellness centres

    Himachal Pradesh cabinet has given the nod for setting up 76 model health wellness centres. The state cabinet met on Saturday evening wherein it decided to open patwar circle Spilo in Pooh tehsil of Kinnaur district to facilitate the people of the area. It also decided to create patwar circle Shikroha under Sadar Bilaspur tehsil. It gave its approval to create Kanungo circle Kelodhar under Chachiot tehsil of Mandi district.

  • Farmers in Himachal, where apples account for 13.5% of the state gross domestic product, fear that the opening prices offered by Adani Agri Fresh Limited may impact the fruit’s prices in the local market. (Aqil Khan /Hindustan Times)

    HP apple growers dissatisfied with opening prices announced by Adani

    Sanyukt Kisan Manch, an umbrella organisation of different farmers' unions, have rejected the prices announced by Adani Agri Fresh – a company that imports fruit. Sourced from farmers in Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir. The fruit supply chains in Himachal have announced a marginal increase in the opening price for A-grade premium apples for Rs 76 per kilogram against Rs 72 it offered last year.

SHARE
Story Saved
×
Saved Articles
Following
My Reads
Sign out
New Delhi 0C
Monday, August 15, 2022
Start 15 Days Free Trial Subscribe Now