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Secretariat employees allocated tentatively

Published: 02nd July 2016 06:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd July 2016 06:11 AM   |  A+A-

Secretariat

HYDERABAD: The major work of CR Kamalanathan Committee concluded on Friday. as it  made tentative allocation of employees in the health department. With this, the tentative allocation of all the Secretariat departments is complete.

It completed tentative allocation of all the 90 Secretariat departments on Friday between Andhra Pradesh and Telangnan states.

The committee, which met here on Thursday and Friday, completed the tentative allocation of all the departments. The final allocation was made in respect of 85 departments. “The final allocation is to be made in the case of only five departments. This will be finished by the end of July,” sources in the committee told Express.

On Thursday the committee completed the task of final allocation of the staff of Special Protection Force (SPF) and DGP office of combined AP.

In both the wings,  around 4,700 employees were allocated between AP and TS. On Friday, it allocated around 7,000 employees of health department between AP and TS. The tenure of the committee will come to an end in August.



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