In a late night bureaucratic reshuffle Madhya Pradesh government has transferred 15 IAS of officers.
Bharat Yadav, a 2008 batch IAS, who is serving as commissioner urban administration and development and ex officio secretary urban development and housing has been moved to chief minsiter officer as secretary to CM with additional charge of commissioner urban administration and development.
Avinash Lavania, a 2009 batch IAS, working as managing director Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation, (MRDC) has been made additional secretary to CM with additional charge of MRDC.
Chandra Shekhar Walimbe, a 2010 batch IAS has also been appointed as additional secretary to chief minister Mohan Yadav with additional charge of additional secretary revenue and controller government printing and stationery.
Aditi Garg, a 2015 batch IAS, has been appointed as deputy secretary to CM with additional charge of director health services. Similarly, Anshul Gupta, a 2016 batch IAS, who was awaiting posting order, has also been appointed as deputy secretary in CMO.
Among other notable transfers, Manish Rastogi, a 1994 batch IAS has replaced Vinod Kumar, a 1989 batch IAS serving as head of general administration.
Vinod Kumar has been sent as director general RCVP Noronha Administration Academy.
Aniruddhe Mukerjee, who was serving as principal secretary MP Public Assets Management Department and DG RCVP Noronha Administration Academy, has been transferred as principal secretary Ayush department with additional charge of MP Public Assets Management Department and managing director MP State Asset Management Company.
Om Prakash Srivastava, a 2007 batch IAS has been transferred from excise commissioner to home secretary.
Navneet Kothari, who is serving as managing director MP Industrial Development Corporation and ex officio secretary industrial policy and investment promotion has been shunted to secretary Fishermen welfare and fisheries.
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