J&K Governor orders transfers of 155 police and civil officers

In a major reshuffle in Jammu and Kashmir, 155 police and civil officials have been transfered, the first such move after President's Rule was imposed in the state and Governor NN Vohra took charge.

PTI| Last Updated: Jan 27, 2015, 19:39 PM IST

Jammu: In a major reshuffle in Jammu and Kashmir, 155 police and civil officials have been transfered, the first such move after President's Rule was imposed in the state and Governor NN Vohra took charge.

The governor ordered the transfer of 84 senior police officers and 71 civil officials.

Sunil Kumar Sharma, IGP (awaiting posting orders) has been appointed as IGP Human Rights commission, Yoginder Koul Commissioner, Civil Military Liaison, Home department, has been posted as IGP Railway Jammu against an available vacancy.

Garib Das, DIG Udhampur Reasi range has been transferred as DIG North Kashmir ranger against Ghulam Hassan Bhat. Bhat has been posted as DIG CKR Srinagar.

Alok Kumar, DIG SKR Anantang has been transferred and posted as DIG Traffic Kashmir against an available vacancy.

Surinder Kumar Gupta, DIG CID Jammu has been transferred as DIG Udhampur.

Ahfadul Muhtaba, DIG CKR Srinagar has been posted as DIG CID Jammu against Surinder Kumar Gupta.

Ali Mohammad, IPS DIG administration PHQ is transferred and posted as DIF SKR ranger Anantnag.

Nisar Ahmed DIG Traffic Jammu has been transferred and posted as DIG Doda Ramban Kishtwar ranger.

Among the civil administration, the government has ordered transfer and appointment of Sundeep Kumar Nayak as principal secretary to the government, power development department, against Arun Kumar Mehta.

Shaleen Kabra, member, Jammu and Kashmir Special Tribunal, has been transferred and posted as commissioner secretary to the government, school education department against Nirmal Sharma.

Sarita Chauhan, awaiting orders of adjustment in the general administration department, has been transferred and posted as secretary to the government, higher education department, relieving Mohammad Ashraf Bukhari, of the additional charge of the post.