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Haryana Transfers – 5 HCS officers transferred

Chandigarh September 24, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of 5 HCS officers with immediate effect.

Satpal Sharma has been posted as Controller, Printing and Stationery and Additional Secretary, Printing and Stationery Department.

Virender Singh has been posted as Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Badhra.

Anil Kumar Yadav has been posted as Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Bahadurgarh.

Naveen Kumar has been posted as Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Charkhi Dadri.

Jyoti has been posted as Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Kharkhoda.

Amit has been posted as Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Samalkha.

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