After the Rajasthan Government, now the newly formed Madhya Pradesh Government has transferred more than 48 IAS officers. Out of these 48, 24 are district collectors.
Manu Shrivastava, Principal Secretary, New and Renewable Energy, and MD of Urja Vikas Nigam has been given additional charge of Commercial Tax Department.
Collectors of Indore, Ujjain, Ratlam and Katni have not been transferred.
Collectors who have been transferred are Abhishek Singh to Sidhi, Tarun Pithode from Sehore to Betul, Bharat Yadav from Morena to Gwalior, O P Shrivastava from Mandsaur to Rewa.
Collectors Preeti Maithil from Rewa to Sagar, Satyendra Singh from Burhanpur to Satna, Shrinivas Sharma from Jabalpur to Chhindwara, Deepak Saxena to Narsinghpur, Ashish Saxena from Jhabua to Hoshangabad, Priyanka Das from Hoshangabad to Morena, Vasant Kure to Sheopur, RPS Jadon to Datia, Surbhi Gupta to Dindori, Gopal Chandra Dad from Seoni to Khargone, Shammimuddin to Alirajpur, Dhanraju S from Bhind to Mandsaur, Ganesh Shankar Mishra from Alirajpur to Sehore, Bhaskar Lashkar to Guna, Chhote Singh to Bhind, Anugrah P from Annupur to Shivpuri, Niraj Kumar Singh to Damoh.
Senior IAS officer Rajni Singh has been appointed as the CEO Jabalpur, Sheetla Patel as Additional Collector, Betul, and Harshika Singh has been moved to Mantralaya.
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