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Haryana deputes 4 IAS, 9 HCS officers to strengthen fight against COVID-19

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Chandigarh, May 5, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Haryana Government has deputed 4 IAS officers and 9 HCS officers to various districts in the state in order to strengthen the District Administration in their fight against COVID-19, with immediate effect. Also, two IAS officers have been deputed to monitor smooth supply of oxygen to the state. Meanwhile, 5 HCS officers have been deputed in place of HCS officers.

Sh. Rajnarayan Kaushik, Special Secretary, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication Department and Director, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication has been allotted district Gurugram.

Sh. Mahavir Kaushik, Administrator, HSVP, Panchkula and Additional Director, Urban Estate, Panchkula has been allotted district Sirsa.

Sh. Ajay Singh Tomar, Director, Social Justice & Empowerment, Haryana, Special Secretary, Social Justice & Empowerment Department has been allotted district Faridabad.

Sh. Shakti Singh, Managing Director, Haryana State Cooperative Federation of Sugar Mills (Sugarfed) has been allotted district Rohtak.

Among the HCS officers, Sh. Nirmal Nagar, Joint Transport Commissioner (Road Safety), Haryana has been allotted district Charkhi Dadri.

Sh. Satinder Siwatch, Deputy Secretary, Cooperation Department has been allotted district Kaithal.

Shikha, Managing Director, Cooperative Sugar Mills, Kaithal has been allotted Jhajjar.

Sh. Daljit Singh, Controller Examinations, Haryana Staff Selection Commission, has been allotted district Bhiwani.

Sh. Sandeep Kumar, awaiting posting orders has been allotted district Faridabad.

Sh. Anil Kumar Doon, Secretary, Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission, Panchkula has been allotted district Jind.

Sh. Darshan Kumar, Deputy Secretary, Disaster Management Department has been allotted district Sirsa.

Sh. Mayank Bhardwaj, Joint Excise & Taxation Commissioner has been allotted district Fatehabad.

Sh. Chanderkant Kataria, Additional Managing Director, Haryana Tourism Development Corporation Ltd has been allotted district Faridabad.

Among five HCS officers who have replaced are, Sh. Manoj Khatri, Joint Secretary, Finance Department has been allotted district Rewari.

Dr. Kiran Singh, Joint Director (Admn.) and Deputy Secretary, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes and Member Secretary, Vimukt Ghumanti Jati Vikas Board has been allotted district Panipat.

Sh. Sushil Kumar-IV, Joint Director (Admn.) Mid day Meals, Elementary Education and Deputy Secretary, School Education Department and Secretary, Haryana Traders Welfare Board has been allotted district Panipat.

Sh. Narender Kumar, Joint Director (Admn.) Public Works (B & R) has been allotted district Karnal.

Sh. Deepak Kumar, Joint Director, State Transport has been allotted district Rohtak.

Besides this, Sh. Sushil Sarwan, Special Secretary, Finance Department has been deputed in district Panipat for monitoring proper supply of Liquid Medical Oxygen. Sh. Rajiv Rattan, Managing Director, Haryana Warehousing Corporation has been deputed in Roorkee (Uttarakhand)for monitoring proper supply of Liquid Medical Oxygen to the state.

Sh. Aman Kumar, Joint Director (Admn.), Information & Public Relations & Languages and Sh. Naseeb Kumar, Joint Director (Admn.) Medical Education & Research are hereby exempted from the said duty due to administrative reasons.

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