Tukaram Mundhe transfer from Nagpur civic body, 15 other IAS officers transferred
During his short tenure as commissioner of Nagpur City, the 2005 IAS commissioner, Munde's batch -ruled citizens had differences with high-ranking companies. Authorities said that even the Nagpur Congress chief raised an issue with the ruling coalition against him.
Tukaram Mundhe transfer from Nagpur civic body
Well-known bureaucrat Tukaram Mundhe was abruptly transferred from the Nagpur Municipal Corporation on Wednesday, just a next day of undergoing such a special experiment on such novel coronaviruses. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has also approved the transfer of 16 bureaucrats.
During his short tenure as Nagpur City Commissioner, the 2005 IAS Commissioner, Mundhe , had differences in the new BJP-ruled citizens of high-ranking companies. Sources said that even the Nagpur Congress leaders raised trouble with the ruling coalition against him. He is currently at your home alone. Administration of the Public Works Department headed by Thackeray has appointed him as the Member Secretary of the Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran, which can be considered a rapid posting.
Radha Krishnan B (2008) succeeded as the Mayor of Nagpur. Lokesh Chandra (1993) has been nominated, among others, as Chief Secretary for Water Resources, while Anshu Sinha (1999) could potentially become the new Secretary for Skills Development. Shekhar Channe (2003) will become the new Vice Chairman and GM of the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation, while Avinash Dhakane (2010) will replace him as the Transport Commissioner.
S M Deshpande (1991) will step down as the new Chief Secretary for Administrative Reforms and Operational Rehabilitation, while Annasaheb Misal (2003) may also be the new Divisional Commissioner of Konkan. Former Chief Executive Officer of Maharashtra Maritime Board, N. Ramaswami (2004) may be appointed as Commissioner (Family Welfare) and Director, National Health Mission. Other offices include Vimla R, Naresh Gate (both 2009), Chandrakant Dange, Kailash Jadhav, (both 2010), Deepa Mudhol Munde and S S Patil (both 2011) and Rohan Ghage (2018).