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Dr Karthik to be prematurely repatriated to Punjab cadre

Karthik, 36, is a doctor turned IAS officer and originally belongs Andhra Pradesh

Policy Pulse
Publish Date: Jun 21 2016 1:16PM | Updated Date: Jun 21 2016 1:20PM

Dr Karthik to be prematurely repatriated  to Punjab cadre
Photo: IAS Officer Adapa Karthik
 
 
The government has rejected the proposal of inter cadre deputation of 2011 batch IAS officer of Punjab Cadre Saurabh Raj from Punjab to UP Cadre because he has not completed  nine years of his service. On the other hand, the government may soon prematurely repatriate 2008 batch Punjab cadre IAS Dr Adapa Karthik from AGMUT (Chandigarh administration) to Punjab cadre.
 
 
According to 'babusofindia.com', a panel headed by Kothari, DoPT secretary, while taking up his case of premature repatriation from AGMUT to Punjab cadre, directed to seek vigilance status of the officer and put up ACC note for premature repatriation of the officer to ACC.
 
 
While Karthik, 36, is a doctor turned IAS officer and originally belongs Andhra Pradesh, Raj, 37 belongs to Uttar Pradesh and is Master of Sciences in botany.  
 
 
IAS officer Karthik is planning to go to abroad for higher studies on a sabbatical between August 2016 and July 2018.
 
 
These officers are not the only ones. In case of the request of extension of deputation of 2006 batch Haryana cadre IAS Ms A Mona Sreenivas to AGMUT cadre for a further period of one year beyond July 11, 2016, the committee had sought clarifications in writing from the officer, when the proposal was placed earlier.
 
 
Regarding the request for extension of deputation of 2009 batch Odisha cadre IAS Ms Gauri Parasher Joshi from Odisha cadre to Haryana, the panel directed to seek comments of state government of Haryana and Odisha. The extension was sought for a further period of two years beyond April 2017.