North Kashmir is new administrative unit
Khan Posted Spl Commissioner, Saxena Spl IGP
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 28: In an obvious move aimed at recouping the continuously drifting law and order situation, the state government Monday created the posts of Special Commissioner and Special Inspector General of Police for Varmul, Bandipora and Kupwara districts of north Kashmir.
Immediately after the creation of the posts, the Government posted Secretary Social Welfare Department, Muhammad Syed Khan as Special Commissioner for Varmul, Bandipora and Kupwara districts. “He shall discharge, within the local limits of these districts, the duties and functions assigned to a Divisional Commissioner and also exercise such of the powers in respect of such class of cases as may be vested in him by the Government from time to time under relevant laws,” the government order issued in this regard said.
The Government also posted Inspector General of Police, Vigilance Organization, Pankaj Saxena as Special Inspector General of Police for Varmul, Bandipora and Kupwara districts. “He shall discharge, within the local limits of these districts, the duties and functions assigned to an Inspector General of Police under relevant laws,” the order said.
The officers have been instructed to report to their new places of posting immediately without availing the joining time.
According to the government order, the posts of Special Commissioner and Special Inspector General of Police, Varmul, Bandipora and Kupwara have been declared equivalent to status and responsibility to the IAS cadre post of the Divisional Commissioner and to the IPS cadre post of Inspector General of Police in terms of IAS and IPS (pay) rules respectively.
Meanwhile, Secretary School Education GA Peer has been given the additional charge of the post of Secretary Social Welfare till further orders.
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