Dushyant Singh Pundir
Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, Could 1
Amid Covid surge, the UT Administration has sought three-month extension for Residence Secretary Arun Gupta and Municipal Commissioner KK Yadav. The three-year tenure of each the officers ends this month.
UT Administrator VP Singh Badnore has urged the Ministry of Residence Affairs to grant extension in companies to Arun Gupta, a Haryana cadre IAS officer of 1992 batch, and KK Yadav, a Punjab cadre IAS officer of 2003 batch.
The Haryana Authorities had earlier despatched a panel of three IAS officers to succeed Gupta. The panel included the names of Nitin Kumar Yadav (2000 batch), Ravi Pankaj Agarwal (2000 batch) and Vinay Singh (2003 batch).
Aside from being the Secretary of 21 departments of the UT Administration, together with Residence and Finance, Gupta can be holding the costs of CITCO Chairman, Chief Electoral Officer and the Chief Administrator.
In the meantime, the Punjab Authorities had despatched a panel of three IAS officers – Anindita Mitra, Amit Kumar and Rajiv Prashar to succeed Yadav as MC Commissioner.
Yadav can be holding the cost of Secretary, Rural Growth & Panchayats, Secretary Sports activities, Nodal Officer (Good Metropolis) and Chief Govt Officer, Chandigarh Good Metropolis Restricted.
UT Adviser Manoj Parida mentioned extension in service had been searched for each the officers as it might not be the proper determination to interchange them amid present Covid circumstances.