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Punjab Govt issues transfer and posting orders of 6 Public Relations Officers

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Chandigarh, November 20, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)
Punjab Government today issued an order for the transfer and posting of 6 Information and Public Relations Officers.

Disclosing this here today a official spokesperson of Punjab Government said that according to the orders Mr. Kultar Singh Mianpuri and Mr. Kuljit Singh Mianpuri have been posted as Information and Public Relations Officers at head office, Mr. Arun Chaudhary and Mr. Ram Lubhaya have been posted as District Public Relations Officer Ferozpur and Pathankot respectively.

Spokesperson further said that Mrs. Ruchi Kalra presently posted as District Public Relations Officer SAS Nagar and Mr. Preet Kanwal Singh presently posted as District Public Relations Officer Rupnagar have been given additional charge of headquarters.

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