Iqbal Ahmad sworn- in as Chief Info Commissioner

FPJ BureauUpdated: Sunday, June 02, 2019, 02:05 AM IST
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BHOPAL Governor Ram Naresh Yadav administered oath of the office of Chief Information Commissioner of the state to Iqbal Ahmad at Raj Bhavan here on Saturday.

After the swearing- in ceremony, Governor greeted and extended best wish

es to new Chief Information Commissioner Iqbal Ahmad. The proceedings of swearing- in ceremony were conducted by Principal Secretary, General Administration Sudesh Kumar.

Urban Administration and Development Minister Babulal Gaur, Finance Minister Raghavji, Forest Minister Sartaj Singh, Home Minister Umashankar Gupta, Mayor Krishna Gaur, Chief Secretary R. Parasuram, senior administrative and police officers and family members of Iqbal Ahmad were also present on the occasion.

Talking informally to reporters on this occasion, Iqbal Ahmad said that he would work to strengthen the implementation of RTI in the state. He admitted that the shortage of personnel in the Commission was a problem but added that he would try to ensure that it didnalt39t come in the way of the proper working of the body.

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