Forest officers felicitated
Srinagar, Oct 30: Chairman J&K State Pollution Control Board, Sh. Lal Chand, Saturday attended the get-together function with officers and officials of the Board at Rajbagh on the eve of the moving of central offices to Jammu in connection with the annual Darbar Move.
The Chairman while interacting with the officers and officials conveyed his satisfaction on the performance of the Board during the current year so far. He impressed upon all officers and officials to work with extra zeal and hard work to mitigate the problems of people.
SFA Gillani, IFS, Regional Director Kashmir, highlighted the achievements of the J&K SPCB during the current year.
On this occasion, the officers and officials of the J&K SPCB felicitated the Chairman on his promotion as Additional Principle Chief Conservator of Forests and also on the promotion of Dr. Mohit Gera, IFS, Member Secretary J&K SPCB, and SFA Gillani, IFS, to the Super-Time Scale of IFS which was ordered by the government in the last Cabinet meeting
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