Iqbal Khanday promoted as FC
Proposal To Revise Pahalgam Master Plan Deferred
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Nov 7: Senior IAS officer Muhammad Iqbal Khanday was Wednesday promoted as the Financial Commissioner.
The state cabinet, which met here under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today, promoted Principal Secretary (Finance) Muhammad Iqbal Khanday to the post of Financial Commissioner, Finance Department. The period, during which Khanday remained suspended (from June 29, 2006 to March 18, 2007), was considered as on duty in terms of Rule 5(B) of the All India Services (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 1969.
Meanwhile, Commissioner Secretary of Social Welfare, Jeet Lal Gupta, has been given additional charge of Housing and Urban Development Department till Principal Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Department, Suresh Kumar, currently abroad for training, resumes his duties.
The cabinet deferred a proposal of the Tourism Department to revise Master Plan of tourist resort of Pahalgam. Official sources told Greater Kashmir that the cabinet directed the tourism department to come up with more details about the proposed amendments in the existing Master Plan for Pahalgam.
The Cabinet accorded administrative approval for the construction of alternate bridge (double lane) next to existing Abdullah Bridge in Rajouri at an estimated cost of Rs 20 Crore approved under Special Task Force Programme for Jammu Division.
Cabinet also accorded sanction to the creation of one post of Professor and one post of Associate Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics in Government Dental College and Hospital Srinagar in the pay scale of Rs(37400-67000+8700) and Rs.(15600-39100+7600) respectively.
BHAGAT IS NEW DIRECTOR CENSUS
Government of India has appointed, Additional Commissioner Jammu, Raj Kumar Bhagat, as new Director Census Operations, Jammu and Kashmir.
“In pursuance of Notification issued by the Department of Personnel and Training, Government of India, Raj Kumar Bhagat, IAS, Additional Commissioner, Jammu is hereby relieved today to join as Director, Census Operations”, an order issued by General Administration Department reads.
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