Rajasthan: 69 IAS Officers Reshuffled by Gehlot Government

After the Karauli violence, the Gehlot government, which came under the target of the opposition, made a major administrative reshuffle.
Rajasthan: 69 IAS Officers Reshuffled by Gehlot Government
Rajasthan: Major Administrative Reshuffle by Gehlot Government

After the Karauli violence, the Gehlot government, which came under the target of the opposition, made a major administrative reshuffle. The state government has transferred 69 IAS officers while 7 IAS has been given additional work. The Personnel Department has issued orders in this regard. It is worth noting that after the Karauli violence case, Karauli District Collector Rajendra Singh Shekhawat has also been transferred and given a new appointment to the post of Jaipur Divisional Commissioner.

Ankit Kumar Singh to be the new collector of Karauli

Ankit Kumar Singh to be the new collector of Karauli
Ankit Kumar Singh to be the new collector of KarauliImage Credit: ET

Ankit Kumar Singh will be the new collector of Karauli. Alwar collector Nannumal Pahadia, who came into the limelight after the rape of a retarded girl, has also been transferred and Nakate Shivprasad Madan has been made the collector of Alwar. Nishant Jain has been made a collector of Jalore. The government made Prakash Chandra Sharma the collector of Banswara. Apart from this, Rashmi Sharma has been appointed as Director, Tourism Department, Jaipur.

Gehlot government is on target after the Karauli violence

Let us tell you that the Rajasthan government is the target of the opposition regarding the Karauli violence. On Wednesday, BJP workers going to Karauli under the leadership of BJP Yuva Morcha national president Tejasvi Surya and BJP state president Satish Poonia were stopped by the police at the Karauli-Dausa border. The heavy police force was deployed on the Karauli-Dausa road.

Gehlot government is on target after the Karauli violence
Gehlot government is on target after the Karauli violenceImage Credit: IANS

According to the police, due to curfew and section 144 in Karauli, BJP leaders have been stopped from going there. Let us tell you that on April 2, on the occasion of Ram Navami in Karauli, there were incidents of arson and violence due to communal tension created after stone pelting by some anti-social elements in a Muslim-dominated area on a motorcycle rally.

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