Bureaucratic reshuffle: Gamlin, Majumdar and Sahai move out of Delhihttps://indianexpress.com/article/cities/delhi/aap-government-gamlin-majumdar-and-sahai-move-out-of-delhi/

Bureaucratic reshuffle: Gamlin, Majumdar and Sahai move out of Delhi

Among the top officials transferred are bureaucrats who had a rough stint with the AAP in power.

In a major bureaucratic reshuffle, the joint cadre authority of AGMUT has transferred as many as two dozen IAS and top officials of Delhi government.

Among the top officials transferred are bureaucrats who had a rough stint with the AAP in power.

Shakuntala Gamlin, principal secretary (power), has been posted as chief secretary Arunachal Pradesh.

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Anindo Majumdar, who was locked out of his office by AAP government, as he signed orders from Lt Governor making Gamlin temporary chief secretary of Delhi, has been appointed as chief secretary, Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Home secretary S N Sahai has been transferred to Goa. He too had been at loggerheads with the Delhi government over issue of ‘suspension’ of his two special secretaries. Sahai even stood up for them and wrote to the home minister, calling the suspension illegal. Arvind Ray, who is GAD principal secretary and had a rough stint when he was removed as home secretary, Delhi, has been posted to Mizoram.

Ashwani Kumar, environment secretary, has been posted to Goa. East Delhi DM, Govind Jaiswal, has been transferred to Goa. K K Jindal, secretary, Delhi Minority Commission, has been posted to Chandigarh.

Gitanjali Gupta Kundra, who is heading art and culture, and women and child development, has been transferred to Mizoram.

Jitendra Narain, financial commissioner, Delhi, has been transferred to Arunachal Pradesh.

Former VAT commissioner, Sanjeev Kahirwar, has been transferred to Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Anand Prakash, chief secretary, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, has been posted in Delhi.

Ramesh Negi, chief secretary, Arunachal Pradesh, who has been Jal Board CEO in Delhi, has been posted in the capital again.