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11 IAS, PCS officials transferred in UP

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Lucknow, Apr 9 (UNI) In a significant administrative reshuffle, the Uttar Pradesh government, this evening, transferred 11 senior IAS and PCS officials, including three District Magistrates.

Official sources said here today that Joint Secretary (Horticulture) Vidhyawasini Prasad Singh has been transferred as Municipal Commissioner, Lucknow, while Special Secretary (Programme Implementation) R N Singh has been posted as Additional Commissioner (Food and Civil Supplies), Lucknow.

The Joint Managing Director of Sugar Corporation Suresh Kumar has been posted as Executive Director UP Employees Welfare Development Corporation, while DM Sharanpur Nivedita Shukla Verma has been made Vice-Chairman Meerut Development Authority.

Special Secretary (Sugar) P N Botham has been made MD UP Sugar Mill Federation, while Secretary Moradabad Development Authority B K Tripathi has been posted as ADM (City) Moradabad.

The ADM (City) Moradabad Rajendra Kumar Pancham has been made Secretary Moradabad Development Authority, while Special Secretary (Health) Leena Johri has been made Additional Director UP Administrative Academy.

Sources said that DM Ghaziabad Santosh Yadav will now be posted in similar capacity at Bareilly, while the previous incumbent of the post Mulchand Yadav is the new Divisional Commissioner (Goarkhpur and Basti).

The Managing Director of SIPSA Harbansh Singh has been posted as Joint Secretary/ Controller of Examination UP Subordinate Seervices Selection Commission, Lucknow, sources added.

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