Adilabad district getting ready for trifurcation

Published: 15th September 2016 06:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th September 2016 06:35 AM   |  A+A-


ADILABAD: New buildings for accommodating the district collector's office, police and camp offices have been identified in the proposed two new districts of Nirmal and Kumram Bheem (Mancherial).

The appointment of officer on special duty (OSD) and other IAS and IPS officers will be made on September 21 but they will take full charge only on October 11 (Dasara) when the new districts will come into being. According to sources, the tahsildars of 52 mandals and other staff have not been disturbed. The tahsildar, who hails from Adilabad, is working in Kumram Bheem district. Even after the reorganisation, he may not get a chance to work in his home district.

There are 51 departments in the district and district officers and staff are divided in to three equal categories.

As in the case of Adilabad district where the joint director of agriculture will be the district officer, two deputy directors will be in charge.In the draft notification, the state government announced that Adilabad district would be trifurcated into Adilabad, Nirmal and Kumram Bheem (Mancherial) districts.

Two new revenue divisions will be created ­— Bellampalli and Bhainsa — and the required staff and office buildings for these divisions have been identified.

 Two new mandals will also be formed.

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