21 IAS of­fi­cers shifted

Hindustan Times (Jalandhar) - - PUNJAB - HT Cor­re­spon­dent let­ter­schd@hin­dus­tan­times.com

CHANDIGARH: The Pun­jab gov­ern­ment has reshuf­fled at least 21 IAS and 14 PCS of­fi­cers with im­me­di­ate ef­fect.

Karan Bir Singh Sidhu is new spe­cial chief sec­re­tary, so­cial se­cu­rity and de­vel­op­ment of women and chil­dren, hav­ing been shifted from his pre­vi­ous post­ing as spe­cial chief sec­re­tary, rev­enue and re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion. Vini Ma­ha­jan, ad­di­tional chief sec­re­tary, hous­ing and ur­ban de­vel­op­ment has been given ad­di­tional charge of rev­enue and re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion.

Anirudh Ti­wari has been re­lieved as ad­di­tional prin­ci­pal sec­re­tary, in­vest­ment pro­mo­tion, but con­tin­ues to hold his other charges.

A Venuprasad has been given the charge of prin­ci­pal sec­re­tary, ir­ri­ga­tion, in ad­di­tion to his present du­ties.

Rakesh Ku­mar Verma, has been given the ad­di­tional post of the CEO of Pun­jab Bureau of In­vest­ment.

Af­ter be­ing re­lieved from the charge of ad­di­tion sec­re­tary, ex­pen­di­ture, Vikas Pratap, who is sec­re­tary, med­i­cal ed­u­ca­tion and re­search, has been made PUNCOM man­ag­ing di­rec­tor.

DK Ti­wari is now sec­re­tary, ex­pen­di­ture, and is also the MD of Pun­jab In­fra­struc­ture De­vel­op­ment Board and chair­man of the Pun­jab Pol­lu­tion Con­trol Board.

Dipin­der Singh will now be sec­re­tary, rev­enue and re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion, in ad­di­tion to his cur­rent du­ties as com­mis­sion, gur­d­wara elec­tions.

Ra­jat Ag­gar­wal will hold charge of MD, Pun­jab Small In­dus­tries Ex­port Cor­po­ra­tion, and ad­di­tional CEO Pun­jab Bureau of In­vest­ment Pro­mo­tion.

Ab­hi­nav has been given the charge of MD, Pun­jab State Ware­hous­ing Cor­po­ra­tion; di­rec­tor, trea­sury and spe­cial sec­re­tary, ex­pen­di­ture.

Praveen Ku­mar Thind will hold in­de­pen­dent charge of spe­cial sec­re­tary-cum-di­rec­tor, tech­ni­cal ed­u­ca­tion and in­dus­trial train­ing.

Pro­ba­tion­ary IAS of­fi­cers in­clud­ing Ab­hi­jeet Kaplish, Aditya Up­pal, Paramvir Singh, San­deep Ku­mar and Palavi have been given charges as sub­di­vi­sional mag­is­trates in sev­eral cities of the state.

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