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Shimla: In a major administrative reshuffle, the Himachal Pradesh government transferred 18 IAS and HAS officers on Tuesday, an official statement said on Wednesday.

Rohan Chand Thakur and Manasi Sahay Thakur both (HP: 2009) cadre IAS awaiting posting were posted as Managing Director, Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) and Labor Commissioner – cum – Director, Employment, Shimla respectively.

According to an official statement, Sandeep Kumar, IAS (HP: 2010), MD, HRTC Shimla, as Special Secretary (Technical Education).

Rakesh Kumar Prajapati, LAS (HP: 2012), Director, Industries, shall also hold the additional charge of the post of MD, General Industries Corporation Ltd., Shimla.

Pankaj Rai, IAS ( HP: 2014 ), Spl Secretary ( Education ) relieved from the adl charge of the post of Spl Secretary (Planning).

Sukhu also transferred Muncipal Commissioner Shimla MC who was posted as Secretary State Transport Authority – cum Additional Commissioner, Transport, Himachal Pradesh, Shimla.

Bhupender Kumar, HPAS (2009), MD MILKFED. Shimla as Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Shimla.

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