J&K Govt approves 495 posts for Ladakh division
Distributes key slots equally between Leh, Kargil Paving way for making newly carved out Ladakh division fully functional, the Jammu and Kashmir Government on Wednesday approved creation of staff for it with equal distribution of key slots between Leh and Kargil districts.
Addressing a news conference here, the government spokesman and Principal Secretary Planning Development and Monitoring Department, Rohit Kansal, announced that State Administrative Council, which met here today under the chairmanship of the J&K Governor, approved the creation of 495 posts of various categories in different departments to make the newly established division fully functional. “This is important and historic decision taken by the SAC,” he said while giving details about creation of manpower for Ladakh division.
Kansal, who was flanked by senior bureaucrats Manoj Dwivedi and Rigzin Samphel, said, “As many as 24 posts of divisional level officers have been created, of whom 12 each will be headquartered in Leh and Kargil districts. With this historic decision, we will have Divisional Commissioner and Inspector General of Police and as many as 24 divisional-level officers, including Directors and Head of Departments in the newly created division.”
He said the SAC has approved creation of 12 Directors, four Chief Engineers, four Joint Directors, Chief Conservator of forests, Regional Wildlife Officer and 470 posts of supporting staff for these officers.
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