Proposal has been sent to four major departments -home, revenue, tribal welfare and panchayat and rural development departments -to transfer their staff posted in home district or for three years in adistrict
BHOPAL: With the state government coming under pressure of the ECI for transferring officers completing three years in posting at a place before Lok Sabha elections, the general administration moved proposals to transfer 22 deputy collectors and other officers.
Proposal has been sent to four major departments – home, revenue, tribal welfare and panchayat and rural development departments – to transfer their staff posted in home district or for three years in a district, on the basis of ECI’s guideline.
The election commission had asked the state government to shift such officers till February 15 but the government sought time till February end.
Sources said, general administration department has asked departments concerned to transfers seven CEOs of panchayat and rural development, seven DSPs, three naib tehsildars, two tehsildars and seven superintendents of land record and 22 deputy collectors.Along with this, the GAD officials also sought compliance report immediately to move to court to file caveat.
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