Ahead of shifting of Darbar offices from Srinagar to Jammu, the State Administrative Council (SAC) is likely to meet next week to take call on several issues besides some transfers in the civil administration.
Local news gathering agency Kashmir News Service (KNS) quoting sources said, "The meeting is to take several decisions with regard to streamlining of the functioning of civil administration, which may entail several transfers and postings."
Official sources said that authorities have been directed to promptly submit the details about pending administrative issues of their respective departments with prior approval of the Advisor Incharge.
The Governor is the chairman of the SAC while his Advisors are its members.
Sources said before the start of ULB elections in the state, there were complaints that several officials do not serve the general public properly because of which the public was suffering.
Sources said there were also complaints that some "blue eyed" officers were working at their place of posting for years together. "The Governor now has directed the authorities to provide the service records of these officials," sources said and added that during the meeting these officials are also likely to be transferred.
Sources said the SAC will also discuss the prevailing situation in Jammu and Kashmir.