By: Express News Service | Mumbai |
Published: August 27, 2020 12:11:25 am
Tukaram Mundhe has now been Posted as secretary of Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran, seen as a lightweight posting. (File)
A DAY after he examined constructive for the novel coronavirus, high-profile bureaucrat Tukaram Mundhe was abruptly transferred out of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation on Wednesday. Continuing to rejig the forms, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray authorized transfers of 16 bureaucrats.
In his quick stint because the Nagpur municipal commissioner, Mundhe, a 2005-batch IAS officer, was at loggerheads with senior corporators within the BJP-ruled civic physique. Sources mentioned even Congress leaders from Nagpur had raised a difficulty in opposition to him with the ruling coalition. He is presently in residence isolation. The Thackeray-led basic administration division has now posted him because the member secretary of Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran, seen as a lightweight posting.
Radhakrishnan B (2008) has succeeded him because the Nagpur civic chief. Among other main transfers, Lokesh Chandra (1993) was appointed as principal secretary, water sources, whereas Anshu Sinha (1999) would be the new ability improvement secretary. Shekhar Channe (2003) would be the new vice-chairman and managing director of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation, whereas Avinash Dhakane (2010) has succeeded him to the transport commissioner’s put up.
S M Deshpande (1991) will take over as the brand new principal secretary of administration reforms and operational upkeep, whereas Annasaheb Misal (2003) is the brand new Konkan divisional commissioner. N Ramaswami (2004), previously chief govt officer, Maharashtra Maritime Board, was newly positioned as commissioner (household welfare) and director, National Health Mission. Other workplaces transferred embody Vimla R, Naresh Gite (each 2009), Kailash Jadhav, Chandrakant Dange (each 2010), Deepa Mudhol Munde and S S Patil (each 2011) and Rohan Ghuge (2018).
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