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Posted at: Mar 21, 2017, 12:49 AM; last updated: Mar 21, 2017, 12:49 AM (IST)

Shake-up in state bureaucracy

Tribune News Service

Dehradun, March 20

The new BJP government today transferred several IAS officers.

Chief Secretary S Ramaswamy has been given the additional charge of the Department of Civil Aviation and CEO of UCADA. He will continue to hold the responsibilities of Departments of Forest and Environment, Planning and Externally-Aided Projects.

Additional Chief Secretary Dr Ranbir Singh has been given the additional responsibility of the Department of Horticulture and Food Preservation. He will continue to hold the responsibilities of the Department of School Education and Middle Education and the Department of Agriculture.

Principal Secretary Radha Raturi has been given the additional responsibility of the Department of Finance. Principal Secretary Anand Vardhan has been given the additional responsibility of the Department of Secretariat and Administration.

Secretary Meenakshi Sundaram has been divested of the charge of the Department of Housing, Department Rajiv Gandhi Urban Development, Department Civil Aviation, Vice-Chairman of MDDA, CEO of UCADA and Department of Horticulture.

Additional Secretary Dr V Shanmugam has been appointed as VC of the MDDA. He will continue to hold the charge of other Departments of Social Welfare and Forest.

Additional Secretary Neraj Kherwal has been divested of the charge of the Department of Health and Family Welfare, Director NHM and Director, Health Systems, instead he has been transferred to Udham Singh Nagar as District Magistrate.

Additional Secretary C Ravi Shankar has been transferred to Pithoragarh. He was earlier holding the responsibilities of the Department of Disaster Management.

On the other hand, Chandresh Kumar Yadav, District Magistrate of Udham Singh Nagar, has now been divested of this charge. He has not been assigned a new post.

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