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UP govt transfers 15 senior officials

Written by: Staff

Lucknow, Sep 17: The Uttar Pradesh government today transferred 15 senior officials.

Official sources said Entertainment Department Tax Secretary Sadakant has been transferred to the public works department in the same capacity. Secretary Revenue Department and Relief Commisssioner Renuka Kumar moves to Medical, Health and Welfare Department while UP Youth Welfare Corporation Managing Director Devesh Chaturvedi goes to the Forest Department as Secretary.

Industrial Development Secretary Sudhir Garg moves to PICUP as Managing Director. Special Secretary in SSP branch Pramod Kumar Shahi has been transferred to Allahabad as Additional Inspector General of Stamps and Registration.

Mukesh Mittal, Special Secretary in the Finance Department moves to the Public Works Department in similar capacity, while Sugar Corporation Managibg Director Avdhesh Kumar Singh Rathore moves to PWD as Secretary.

Additional Director (Administration) Mandi Parishad Satyendra Singh moves to Lucknow as Secretary of Subordinate Services Selection Board.

Sources said, Additional Inspector General Stamps and Registration Mohammed Idris has been made Special Secretary in the Health and Family department.

Deputy Commissioner Agra Pradeep Kumar Agarwal moves to Ghaziabad as Additional Inspector General Stamps and Registration. Hublal, who was awaiting posting, moves to Maharajganj as ADM.

Chief Development Officer Aligarh Ajay Deep Singh, has been made ADM (Land reform Gonda), while Basti's Deputy Commissioner Narendra Kumar moves to Lucknow in similar capacity.

CDO Ambedkarnagar Shiv Shyam Mishra takes over as Joint Director of the Social Welfare Department. Shankar Agarwal, whose suspension has just been revoked, has been kept on the waiting list.


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