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Will not transfer Rohini till March 13, state govt tells CAT

Published On : 09 Mar 2018   |  Reported By : Courtesy: DHNS   |  Pic On: Photo credit DHNS


Bengaluru, (DHNS): The transfer of Hassan deputy commissioner Rohini Sindhuri Dasari will be put on hold till March 13, the state government informed the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) on Thursday.

The2009-batch IAS officer moved the Bengaluru bench of the CAT after the government, on Wednesday, issued an order transferring her as the Commissioner, Department of Employment and Training. This is the second time Rohini's transfer has hit a roadblock. An earlier bid to transfer her was "put on hold" by the Election Commission of India as she was then engaged in the revision of electoral rolls.

Additional Advocate General A S Ponnanna submitted before the CAT that Rohini will not be "removed" from the post of Hassan deputy commissioner till March 13. The CAT has asked the government to file objections before March 12.







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