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Haryana Promotes 14 IAS officers of 2011 batch

Chandigarh, January 1, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)
The Haryana government has promoted 14 IAS officers of 2011 batch in the Junior Administrative Grade of IAS.

The officers who have been promoted are Mr. Amit Khatri, Mr. Vinay Pratap Singh, Mr. Aditya Dahiya, Mr. Mukul Kumar, Mr. Naresh Kumar, Ms. Anju Chaudhry, Mr. Mahavir Kaushik, Mr. Yash Pal, Mr. Virender Singh Hooda, Mr. Yashendra Singh, Mr. Narhari Singh Banger, Mr. Rajiv Mehta and Mr. Pradeep Kumar.

Haryana government has also granted performa promotion to Mr. Vijay Kumar Siddappa Bhavikatti who is presently on central deputation.

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