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More than 100 IAS, IPS and IFS officers reshuffled on New Year
- Postings are based on merit and the entire homework was done by CS Niranjan Arya, Principal Secy to CM Kuldeep Ranka, DPG ML Lather and Principal Secy DoP Hemant K Gera
- The CM spared time from the exercise on political appointment and approved the proposal of the DoP following which the promotion and posting lists were released on late Friday night
Jaipur: Over 100 IAS, IPS and IFS officers in Rajasthan got the New Year gift on Saturday with the department of personnel issuing the promotion lists after approval from Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
As many as 103 officers of the All India Service which includes 43 IAS, 45 IPS and 15 IFSs officers were promoted on the New Year.
Promotion posting was given to nearly 12 senior officers in the same place. The home department now has two secretaries.
Suresh Gupta was already the home secretary and now V Sarvan Kumar has also been made another secretary in the same department.
One of the two secretaries may be transferred soon. DoP issued an order Friday late night at 1:30 AM for the transfers of 46 IAS, 37 IPS and 9 IFS officers, in which many officers have been kept in the first posts even after promotion.
IAS officer Pradeep Gawande has also been promoted. No officer promoted from RAS to IAS was made a collector. IPS officer Vandita Rana has been given the important post of DCP (Crime) in Jaipur after promotion.
At the same time, four IPS officers have been promoted to ADG rank. Another transfer list of IPS officer is likely to be released in a day or two.
On the other hand, 46 IAS officers were transferred. Principal secretary Abhay Kumar has been promoted to ACS (Home).
9 IFS were also transferred. Mridul Kachawa is new DCP South IPS Mridul Kachawa has been appointed as DCP South in Jaipur Police Commissionerate in place of Harendra Mahawar, who has been posted as DIG, JDA after promotion.
Neeraj K Pawan is new DC of Bikaner IAS officer Neeraj K Pawan has been promoted as Divisional Commissioner of Bikaner.
It may be recalled that ACB had conducted a raid in RSLDC in connection with a case of graft. Pawan was labor secretary that time.