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IFS officer Munish K Garg takes charge as PCCF HoFF
Jaipur: Senior Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer, Munish Garg, on Wednesday, took charge as Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Head of Forest Force (PCCF Hoff) of Rajasthan. Munish Garg’s elder brother Rajeev Garg has also been PCCF Hoff of Uttar Pradesh.
Dr DN Pandey handed over the charge to Munish Garg. After assuming the charge, Munish Garg said that he will work on priority to take forward the schemes of the department and address the problems of the staff.
He also said that the department will make Rajasthan one of the leading States in the direction of forest and wildlife conservation.