GG News Bureau
Jammu, 1st Feb. The Jammu and Kashmir administration has made significant changes by transferring 230 bureaucrats, including two IAS and IFS officers, according to officials. The order, issued late Wednesday night, involves the transfer of 36 special secretary officers, 60 additional secretaries, 85 deputy secretaries, and 45 under secretaries.
One of the transferred officers is IAS officer Pardeep Kumar, who has been moved from the position of Director of Archives, Archaeology, and Museums in J-K to become the secretary in the Forest department.
Another officer, IFS officer Alok Kumar Maurya, has been sent back to the department of Forest, Ecology, and Environment from the Shri Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board.
Furthermore, Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service (JKAS) officers Asif Hamid Khan, Vivek Sharma, Bashir Ahmed Khan, and Sajad Hussain have been appointed as member of J-K Special Tribunal, Secretary in the Agriculture Production department, Secretary in the Social Welfare department, and Director General of Development Expenditure Division-I in the Finance Department, respectively.
This reshuffle marks the third major change in the police and administration since Atal Dulloo assumed the position of chief secretary in December last year.
On January 28, a significant reshuffle took place in the police department, resulting in the transfer of 75 officers, including 30 IPS officers.