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18 IAS and 28 IPS officers transferred in Chhattisgarh, 239 RAS officers transferred in Rajasthan too

Along with this, the state government has posted Surajpur district collector Gaurav Kumar Singh as collector, Mungeli and Mungeli district collector Ajit Vasant as residential commissioner, Chhattisgarh Bhawan, New Delhi, officials said. He said that the state government has also appointed officers on special duty for five new districts.

Officials said that the state government has appointed Jagdish Sonkar, Joint Secretary, Forest Department, Khairagarh-Chhuikhadan-Gandai district, PS Ghruv, Joint Secretary, Social Welfare Department, Manendragarh-Chirmiri-Bharatpur district, Raigad Municipal Corporation Commissioner S Jayawardhan. D Rahul Venkat, Deputy Secretary, Health and Family Welfare Department, has been appointed as Mohala-Manpur-Chowki district, Sarangarh-Bilaigarh district and Nupur Rashi Panna, Additional Collector, Durg district, has been appointed as Special Duty Officer of Sakti district.

He said that the state government has also transferred 28 officers of the Indian Police Service, including superintendents of police of eight districts. Officials said that the government has transferred Inspector General of Police, Raipur area, Dr. Anand Chhabra to the post of Inspector General of Police (Secretary), Police Headquarters, Raipur. In his place, the Inspector General of Police of Durg area Om Prakash Pal will be the Inspector General of Police of Raipur area. At the same time, the Superintendent of Police of Durg district, Badri Narayan Meena will be the Inspector General of Police of Durg area.

He informed that the State Government has transferred Bijapur district Superintendent of Police Kamlochan Kashyap to the post of Deputy Inspector General of Police Dantewada Region, Surguja District Superintendent of Police Amit Tukaram Kamble to the post of Fighter, 4th Corps Chhattisgarh Armed Force, Mungeli District Superintendent of Police. DR Anchala transferred as Fighter, 14th Corps Chhattisgarh Armed Force as Balod, Jashpur District Superintendent of Police Vijay Aggarwal transferred to the post of Superintendent of Police Janjgir-Champa and Balrampur District Superintendent of Police Ramkrishna Sahu transferred to the post of Superintendent of Police Surajpur has done.

Similarly, the state government transferred Abhishek Pallav, Superintendent of Police, Janjgir-Champa district to the post of Superintendent of Police, Durg, 14th Corps, Chhattisgarh Armed Forces Balod fighter Mohit Garg to the post of Superintendent of Police Balrampur, Surajpur district, officials said. Superintendent of Police Bhawna Gupta transferred to the post of Superintendent of Police Surguja, 4th Corps Chhattisgarh Armed Force fighter Chandra Mohan Singh transferred to the post of Superintendent of Police Mungeli, Assistant Inspector General of Police, Police Headquarters Raipur Rajesh Agrawal transferred to the post of Superintendent of Police, Jashpur and Anjaneya Varshney, Additional Superintendent of Police, Sukma district has been transferred to the post of Superintendent of Police, Bijapur district.

239 RAS officers transferred in Rajasthan

Making a major change in the local administrative structure, the Rajasthan government transferred 239 officers of the Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) on Monday night. The State Personnel Department issued an order in this regard on Monday night. The names of RAS officers who have been transferred include Kajodmal Dundia, Lekhraj Tosawada, Pukhraj Sen and Mukul Sharma.

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The government has suspended the sub-divisional officer of Rajgarh, Alwar, Keshav Kumar Meena. However, the reason for his suspension has not been given. It is noteworthy that during the recent anti-encroachment drive in Rajgarh municipal area, there was a dispute regarding the demolition of a temple.

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