Friday, July 30, 2010

UP cadre IAS Sanjay Prasad virtually asked votes for Mayawati's party

IT IS not unusual that some senior bureaucrats find it tough to differentiate whether they work for the government or for the ruling party. But for Sanjay Prasad, a 1995 batch Uttar Pradesh cadre IAS and current district magistrate of Allahabad, his leaning towards the party-in-power was captured by TV channels. According to media reports, Prasad virtually sought votes for Mayawati-led BSP in a meeting with district officers convened to review the progress of the state government’s ambitious Kanshiram Yojna for the urban poor. But TV camera captured his bytes which were later telecast repeatedly.

Prasad argued that there is no point in spending Rs 25 crore if the government does not even get the votes of 1,500 families! After the expose, main opposition party of Uttar Pradesh Samajwadi Party slammed Mayawati government for using the bureaucrats as party agents.
A postgraduate in geography, Mr Prasad had earlier served as district magistrate of Agra, Maharajganj and Ghazipur.

Action and Appointments
a) The ACC has approved proposal of home ministry for extension of Central deputation tenure of KB Singh, a 1985 batch Orissa cadre IPS and Inspector General(IG), ITBP for a period of one year beyond September 23, 2010.
b) The ACC has approved the proposal for inter-cadre transfer of Ms Guha Poonam Tapaskumar, a 2008 batch Tamil Nadu cadre IAS from Tamil Nadu cadre to Orissa cadre.
c) The ACC has approved the proposal for inter-cadree transfer of Nand Kumarum, a 2008 batch Jharkhand cadre IAS from Jharkhand to Madhya Pradesh.
d) Jaishankar Prasad Singh, a 1983 batch IRPS has been appointed as secretary, National Commission or Safai Karamacharis (joint secretary level) under the ministry of social justice and empowerment.
e) Amarendra Sinha, a 1981 batch Uttarakhand cadre IAS has been appointed as joint secretary in the ministry of micro, small and medium enterprises.

Click for OFFICIAL LIST of1980 batch IAS, empanelled as additional secretary

1 comment:

  1. Are you leaving bureaucracy Mr Sanjay?

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