Raipur, September 25, 2008: Chhattisgarh Governor E S L Narasimhan is seems not happy with the current practice adopted in the state for the forest officials.
The mind of the former Director of Intelligence Bureau could be read from his remark to the Indian Forest Service officials of 2007-2009 when he said “the Forest Service officials are mainly for the field duties”.
Narasimhan asked the trainee officials, who called on him on Tuesday last to opt for field duties saying instead of table works, the job of the forest officials was in the field and they should go for the later.
Many a bureaucrat believes it was a strong remark against the current practice in Chhattisgarh introduced by the Raman Singh government.
Whether in a sensitive department like Home, or a public oriented department like Urban Development, or even Culture Department IFS have been posted to do the “table works”.
Because of this, one of the civil servants from Uttar Pradesh had called up a state IAS officer and said he had an Indian Postal Department official, who wanted to become Finance Secretary of Chhattisgarh, and should he ask him to apply for a deputation to the new state?
Vumlunmang Vualnam assumed the charge of Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA), Government of India.
Former Collector and senior bureaucrat from Chhattisgarh Neelkanth Tekam may soon join the BJP.
In a first ever set back to the Congress regime of Chhattisgarh, the Election Commission today hold the transfer order of IAS Suruchi Singh.
In a stern message, the Chhattisgarh government today asked all the contractual employees, who are on strike, to resume their duties in three days’ time.
Chhattisgarh Government today promoted two Indian Forest Service Officers and made them Principal Chief Conservator of Forest.
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today said his government has speeded up the process of recruitment in the state.