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Haryana Transfers: 3 HCS officers transferred

Chandigarh, June 19, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of three HCS officers with immediate effect.

Surjit Singh, Sub Divisional Officer (Civil)-cum-Additional Collector, Fatehabad has been given the additional charge of Chief Executive Officer, Zila Parishad, Fatehabad, against a vacant post.

Jaideep Kumar, Sub Divisional Officer (Civil)-cum-Additional Collector, Narwana has been given the additional charge of Sub Divisional Officer (Civil)-cum-Additional Collector, Uchana, against a vacant post.

Pradeep Ahlawat-I, City Magistrate, Kaithal has been given the additional charge of Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Kalayat, relieving Anil Nagar of the said charge.

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