Chandigarh Home Secy Nitin Kumar Yadav gets charge of 9 more depts

Chandigarh Home Secy Nitin Kumar Yadav gets charge of 9 more depts

Nitin Kumar Yadav, UT Home Secretary

Chandigarh, September 20

UT Home Secretary Nitin Kumar Yadav, a 2000-batch IAS officer of the Haryana cadre, has been assigned the charge of nine more departments.

An order issued by UT Adviser Dharam Pal stated that Yadav had been assigned the charge of Secretary, Home, Police/Prisons, Revenue, Law and Order, Local Government and Water Resources, relieving Finance Secretary Vijay Namdeorao Zade of the said charge. He has also been assigned the charge of Secretary, Transport, relieving Deputy Commissioner Mandip Singh Brar of the charge, and Secretary, Environment and Forests and Tourism, and Chairman, Chandigarh Industrial and Tourism Development Corporation, thus relieving Debendra Dalai, Chief Conservator of Forests, of the said charge. — TNS

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