Published On: Sat, Feb 3rd, 2018

Maharashtra government transfers 12 bureaucrats

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government today transferred 12 bureaucrats, a circular from the General Administration Department announced.

Maharashtra Principal Secretary (planning) Vijay Kumar Gautam said the state government is studying the lottery model of Kerala which earns a huge revenue through it.

Principal Secretary (Finance) Vijay Kumar Gautam was transferred as Principal Secretary (Tourism).

It said that 1987 batch IAS officer V K Gautam , Principal Secretary, Finance was transferred as Principal Secretary (Tourism) in the Tourism and Cultural Affairs Department.

PN Bhapkar, Divisional Commissioner, Aurangabad was posted as Secretary, Agriculture Development Fund while SN Kendrekar, Commissioner, Sports and Youth, Pune was posted in place of Bhapkar.

KK Kulkarni, Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad, Amravati has been posted as Commissioner, Tribal Research and Training Institute, Pune while MG Gursal was posted as Secretary, Fee Regularity Authority, Mumbai.

The GAD circular stated that AA Gulhane, Joint Chief Executive Officer, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation had been transferred to the post of Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad, Wardha.

K Manjulakshmi was made Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad, Sindhudurg while Nima Arora, Assistant Collector and Project Officer, Integrated Tribal Development Project (ITDP) Nandurbar was made Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad, Jalna.

It stated that Prithviraj BP, Assistant Collector and Project Officer, ITDP, Bhandara had been posted as Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad, Parbhani.

Amol Yedge, Assistant Collector and Project Officer, ITDP, Nashik had been posted as Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad, Beed and Manisha Khatri was made Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad, Amaravati.

Sachin Ombase, Assistant Collector and Project Officer, ITDP, Aheri, Gadchiroli had been posted as Assistant Collector and Project Officer, ITDP, Gadchiroli, the GAD circular said.

PTI

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