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50 IAS, 60 RAS to be out of state in June first week!

Jaipur: Although the IAS officers, who went for election duty during the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, have returned to the state for the time being, these officers will again have to leave on June 2 for counting purposes. However, the IAS officers, who will carry out their role in the seventh phase of the election, will stay in their respective areas.

On the other hand, the Election Commission has appointed four IAS and 60 RAS officers for duty on counting day, i.e., June 4. These officers also have to reach their respective spots by June 2. The IAS officers leaving for election duty are Bhawani Singh Detha for Gujarat, Krishna Kunal for Tamil Nadu, and the three officers, Tikam Chand Bohra, ML Chauhan, and Harsh Sawansukha, for West Bengal.

RAS officers from the 1998–2006 batch have been included by the Election Commission for this purpose, and they will be posted in 13 states across the length and breadth of India. This means that in the first week of June, 50 IAS and 60 RAS officers of the state will be out of Rajasthan for election duty, and such a development happens only once every five years.

It is also worth noting that this time, the ECI is extremely strict and has made exceptions for only three IAS officers to allow them to leave from the middle of election duty, and they are Samit Sharma and Ajitabh Sharma on the request of the state government for official duties in the state and Krishna Kunal on health grounds.

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