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Civil Secretariat in winter capital likely to open a week before from its scheduled time
A grand inaugural function is in offing on Oct 31
9/4/2019 11:15:06 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sep 4: The State Administration has been reportedly decided to open Civil Secretariat in winter capital a week before from its scheduled time which was being practiced by the previous governments in the State.
Moreover, a grand celebration is also being contemplated by the State Administration on October 31 when Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act, 2019, dividing the state into two Union Territories, will come into effect.
Sources told Early Times that the step regarding early Darbar Move has been taken to make all necessary arrangements for huge inaugural celebrations in Jammu. Top Union Cabinet Ministers have been reportedly to attend the function wherein various important decisions are likely to be taken by them in their presence of New State Administration.
The committee which was set up for bifurcating IPS, IAS, IFS cadre officials of around 277 of numbers for two Union Territory is also likely to be presented on the day. "Now all HODs will be of IAS rank. Earlier KAS rank officials were assigned the post meant for IAS cadre officials against the rules which used to brew resentment among the Indian Administrative Officers," said an official.
In new UT Administration, junior rank officials, who used enjoy official vehicles in violation of norms and to curb the practice of misusing official vehicles, the facility will be taken back. "Already the action has been started by the State Administration by stopping monthly fuel expense to the official of Additional Secretary rank and the subsequently the move in this regard likely to pick up pace in coming days," said an official on the condition of anonymity.
As per regular process, the Civil Secretariat in Srinagar has to be closed in October 25 and to be opened in November 4, but this time, the Darbar Move has to be taken place a week before the normal timetable.
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