Major reshuffle in police, civil administration on cards
Jammu, Apr 20: A major reshuffle in police and civil administration is on cards in the state.
Official sources said the state government is expected to reshuffle its civil and police administration ahead of Durbar move this month. “The higher officials in consultation with the chief minister and respective ministers are busy in finalizing the list of the officers to be shifted”, sources in the civil secretariat told Greater Kashmir.
“If every thing goes well the reshuffle will be ordered in the next cabinet meeting to be held before the Durbar move”, sources said adding, “However, in any case the meeting is not held the decision would be taken in the first cabinet meeting at Srinagar”.
They said that posts of Financial Commissioner Revenue and Secretary Cooperative are falling vacant by the end of this month due to the superannuation of RK Jerath and GR Bhagat. Besides the government may also fill up the vacant post of commissioner secretary health, being presently looked after by the commissioner secretary higher education Tanveer Jahan.
“Some Deputy Commissioners are also retiring this month and government may fill up these posts in the upcoming reshuffle”, sources said. There were indications that the reshuffle may mainly be on the level of DCs as tenure of number of Deputy Commissioners and Directors in various government departments was nearing completion.
The clearance of 11 Deputy Inspector Generals of Police and 7 Senior Superintendents of Police by the Departmental Promotion Committee, the other day, for their next promotion has also necessitated a major reshuffle in the police administration.
After clearance from the home department, the government will have to issue posting orders of the promoted IGPs including Abdul Ghani, DIG CKR Srinagar, Muhammad Sulaiman Salaria, DIG Vigilance J&K, Sunil Kumar Sharma, DIG CID Jammu, Farooq Khan, DIG Jammu/Kathua Range, Dr K K Saini, DIG IR Jammu, PR Manhas, DIG Security J&K, Yoginder Koul , DIG Crime J&K, Alok Puri, DIG Administration, Muneer Ahmed Khan, DIG NKR Baramulla and Abdul Qayoom Manhas, DIG Trainings APHQ.
Similarly, the SSPs promoted as DIGs, including R P Resutra, Parminder Singh, Showkat Ahmad Malik, S Ahfadul Mujtaba, Abdul Hamid, Mushtaq Muhammad Sadiq, and Shakeel Ahmed Beigh, are also expecting their adjustments.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 20 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 20 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 21 Apr 2012 00:00:00 IST
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