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Chief Secretary Appraises Home Ministry about Division Process

Chief Secretary PK Mohanty on Wednesday appraised the Union Home Ministry officials about the efforts taken by the state administration for the division of the state.

Published: 27th February 2014 08:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th February 2014 08:27 AM   |  A+A-

Chief Secretary PK Mohanty on Wednesday appraised the Union Home Ministry officials about the efforts taken by the state administration for the division of the state.

Mohanty left for Delhi on Wednesday morning and attended a meeting convened by the Union Home Ministry on division process.

According to sources, the chief secretary informed the Union Home Ministry officials that the secretaries wanted at least three months time to complete the division process.

Sources said that the inputs given by Mohanty would be placed before the Union Cabinet on Thursday, which will take a final decision on appointed day, division process and appointing the successor to Kiran Kumar Reddy.

Mohanty will be in Delhi on Thursday too.

He said an apex Committee and 15 sub-committees to complete the process have been formed.

State Reorganisation (SR) Division in the Department of Personnel and Training, said the state cadre officers will be distributed between the new and residuary state as per the Reorganisation Scheme.

Sources said 50,000 employees of state cadre were working in Telangana region. They will be allocated between Telangana and Andhra. The All India Service officers will be allocated by the Ministry of Personnel (AIS Division) and IPS officers will be allocated by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

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