2 Joint Directors placed as incharge Directors
Srinagar, Dec 15: The Department of Home today ordered placement of two senior most joint directors as incharge Directors, Prosecution, an official spokesman said.
He said two joint directors Mushtaq Ahmad Pandit and Mukhtar Ahmad Shah were placed as incharge directors, prosecution in their own pay and grade.
He said the placements were made in the interest of administration, on stop gap basis, and shall not confer any preferential right on these officers for promotion, which shall be made strictly in accordance with the JK Police service recruitment Rule,2002.
These placements shall also be without prejudice to the final outcome of any litigation, pending before any competent court of law, the spokesman added.
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