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Haryana Transfers – 8 Superintendents of Haryana Civil Secretariat Transferred

Chandigarh, June 4, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of eight Superintendents of Haryana Civil Secretariat with immediate effect.

Rajender Kumar, on promotion, has been posted at Haryana Staff Selection Commission, Panchkula.

Kapil Grover, on promotion, has been posted at Services-I Branch and PAR Cell in addition.

Jyoti Bala Arora, on promotion, has been posted at General Services-II Branch.

Mahesh Sharma, on promotion, has been posted at Administrative Officer-II (in Administrative Branch).

Naresh Kumar, on promotion, has been posted at Haryana Staff Selection Commission, Panchkula.

Sanjeev Kumar, on promotion, has been posted at R.V.A. Branch and Protocol Officer (in addition) (in Haryana Civil Secretariat).

Rohtash Singh, on promotion, has been posted in the office of Media Advisor to Chief Minister.

Ramesh Kumar, on promotion, has been posted in the office of Political Secretary to Chief Minister.

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