38 officers inducted into KAS
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Srinagar, Sep 5: The state cabinet, which met Wednesday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah approved induction of 38 officers of various feeding services into J&K Administrative Service.
The inductees include Ved Prakash, Basharat Hussain, Natasha Kalsotra, Rifat Aftab Qureshi, Rajneesh Gupta, Ghulam Jeelani Zarger, Susheel Kumar, Farooq Ahmed Baba, Gurmukh Singh, Rimpy Ohri, Bal Krishan, Arun Kishore Kotwal, Bansi Lal Sharma, Nasadar Hussain, Soheel Noor Shah, Surjeet Singh, Krishan Lal, Shafiq Ahmed, Vir Krishan Dhar, Kusum Sharma, Pardeep Singh, Fayaz Ahmed Bandey, Ranjit Singh, Munib-ul-Hassan Malik, Prerna Raina, Devinder Singh Katoch, Vinod Kumar Behnal, Nazir Ahmed Mir, Parvez Sajad Ganai, Jugal Kishore Anand, Muhammad Latief, Sandish Kumar, Rasheeda Shahin, R S Jamwal, Asma Hamid, Mushtaq Ahmed Wani, Faqir Chand Dansalia and Abdul Majid Zargar.
In another order, the Cabinet approved induction of Ghulam Rasool Kumar, member of Cooperative Service (G) into J&K Administrative Services.
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