Raipur, August 12, 2010: Chhattisgarh government today affected the posting of six IAS officers and one state civil service officer and K Srinivasulu has been asked to replace Manoj Kumar Pingua as the Commissioner of Bastar Division.
Pingua is proceeding on one year study leave.
Srinivasulu was the Registrar Cooperative Societies, Commissioner Land Records and Commissioner Printing Press.
His Registrar Cooperative Societies post has gone to Home and Cooperation Secretary Durgesh Chandra Mishra as additional charge, a General Administration Department order said.
State Chief Electoral officer and also Secretary Revenue Sunil Kumar Kujur has been given the additional charge of Land Records and Printing.
The Government also cancelled its previous order and in a fresh order it had posted Devi Dayal Singh as the Joint Secretary Commerce and Industry with additional charge of PHE.
Similarly S L Ratre has been, in a fresh posting, made Joint Secretary Department of Cooperation.
A state Civil Service officer I R Dehari has been shifted from the Deputy Secretary of the Board of Secondary Education and is posted as the Deputy Secretary State Election Commission.
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