Transfers in Forest Department Ranjan Posted As PCCF
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Apr 18: The Cabinet which met here Wednesday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah ordered transfers and postings in the Forest Department.
According to an official spokesman, Director, Forest Protection Force, J&K, Vinod Ranjan has been transferred and posted as Principal Chief Conservator of Forests against an available vacancy.
Chief Conservator of Forests, Eco, Tourism, Deepak Khanna, has been transferred and posted as Director, State Forest Research Institute against an available vacancy.
Director, Ecology, Environment and Remote Sensing, Ravi Kumar Kesar has been transferred and posted as Chief Conservator of Forests, Jammu vice S C Sharma.
Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Central), Suresh Chugh has been transferred and posted as Director, Ecology, Environment and Remote Sensing vice Ravi Kumar Kesar.
Director, Social Forestry Department, Muhammad Shafiq Khan has been transferred and posted as Director, Forest Protection Force, J&K vice Vinod Ranjan.
Regional Wildlife Warden, Kashmir, Hafizullah Sidique has been transferred and posted as Director, Social Forestry Department vice Muhammad Shafiq Khan.
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