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Haryana administrative reshuffle: 5 IAS get additional charges, new posts to 2 IAS

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In a recent order, the Government of Haryana moved a minor bureaucratic reshuffle. Amid this, the state government assigned additional charges to five IAS officers and appointed new posts to two IAS officers.

1. Rajeev Ranjan (IAS 1998-Batch), serving as Commissioner, Gurugram Division, Gurugram has been the additional charge of Chairman and Managing Director (CMD), Haryana Minerals Ltd., New Delhi.

2. Pankaj Yadav (IAS 2001-Batch) has been assigned the additional charge of Resident Commissioner, Haryana Bhawan, New Delhi. He is currently holding the post of Commissioner, Rohtak Division Rohtak.

3. Phool Chand Meena (IAS 2004-Batch) has been transferred and posted as Managing Director (MD), Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Ltd. and MD, Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Ltd.

4. Dusmanta Kumar Behera (IAS 2007-Batch), presently posted as Director/Special Secretary, Urban Local Bodies; Mission Director, State Urban Livelihood Mission and State Urban Development Authority has been given the additional charge of MD, Haryana State Warehousing Corporation Ltd.

5. Pankaj (IAS 2009-Batch) CEO, Samajik Suraksha Trust and Special Secretary, Human Resources Department has been assigned the additional charge of Special Secretary, Finance Department.

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6. Mani Ram Sharma (IAS 2009-Batch) currently holding the charges of MD, Haryana Backward Classes & Economically Weaker Sections Kalyan Nigam; Special Secretary, Home-II Department and Commissioner, Gurudwara Elections has been assigned the additional charge of Director/Special Secretary, Sainik & Ardh Sainik Welfare.

7. Rahul Hooda (IAS 2015-Batch) has been transferred and posted as Additional Deputy Commissioner, Sirsa and District Citizen Resources Information Officer, Charkhi Dadri.

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