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United colours of Holi sprinkled at CS residence

Soon after chairing the first screening committee meeting of model code of conduct, Rajasthan chief secretary  became the warm host to the colourful Milan Samaroh at his residence. Serving and retired officers of All India Services including IAS, IPS and IFS added hues to the colours spread across the bungalow of chief secretary

The camaraderie was in the air just further to strengthen the bond of mutual respect and cooperation. 

Senior, junior, retired and serving – all officers were drenched in the same colour – colour of joy. 

“We get little time to interact with our own colleagues. But occasions like Holi and Diwali Milan Samaroh provide the perfect set up to exchange pleasantries and talk freely with cadre,” said a senior IAS officer.

Another officer said that such informal get together let us know the fun quotient of our senior and junior colleagues. We also get to interact with our seniors, some of whom had retired even before our joining. It's enlightening to get to know about their experiences,” said a young IAS officer.

Colourful faces at Holi celebrations

Among those who attended the get together included (ACS) to chief Shikhar Agrawal, ACS Alok, ACS Sandeep Verma, his wife ACS Sreya Guha, ACS Anand Kumar, principal secretary to chief minister Alok Gupta, principal Secretary Bhaskar Sawant, principal secretary Kunji Lal Meena, principal secretary Ajitabh Sharma, principal secretary Naveen Mahajan and principal secretary Hemant Gera.

Apart from that, officers including education secretary Krishna Kunal, Discoms chairman Bhanu Prakash Yeturu, RCDF managing director Sushma Arora, DoIT commissioner Inderjeet Singh, his wife Neha Giri, managing director of RMSC, minorities affairs secretary Rajan Vishal and his wife Archana Singh, who is registrar cooperatives were also present.

Among police officers , DGP UR Sahoo, Ravi Prakash Meharda, Anand Srivastava, , Hawa Singh Ghumaria and Sanjay Agrwaal were present.

Prakash Bhandari
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Prakash Bhandari is a veteran journalist with over 50 years of experience. He has worked with The Times of India for 30 years and contributed to leading publications as well as international news agency AFP.
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