Bhopal: In a major administrative reshuffle, Madhya Pradesh Government on Tuesday transferred 28 IAS officers, including 12 District Collectors.

Senior bureaucrat Snehlata Kumar has been appointed new Resident Commissioner of Madhya Pradesh at New Delhi, while Vindo Kumar will take over as Secretary, Madhya Pradesh Human Rights Commission, official sources said.

Ashwini Kumar will the new Secretary, Personnel at the Mantralaya (secretariat), while Sanjay Dube has been posted as the Labour Commissioner. He will take additional charge of Managing Director of Madhya Pradesh Finance Corporation (MPFC) and MD of Audyogik Kendra Vikas Nigam, an Indore-based state PSU, they sources said.

Deepali Rastogi is the new Inspector General, Registry and Superintendent Stamps, while Umakant Umrao has been posted as Commissioner-cum-Director in Food and Civil Supplies and
Consumer Protection Department.

Raghvendra Singh, Collector of Indore, has been transferred and named Managing Director of MP Tourism Development Corporation. He was replaced by Akash Tripathi, who was Additional Secretary in the Chief Minister's Secretariat.

Ujjain Collector M Geeta has been named Controller, Food and Drugs with additional charge of Director, State AIDS Control Society. She has been replaced by B M Sharma, who was posted as Collector of Dhar district.

IAS officer Madhu Khare is the new Secretary of Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission. Santosh Kumar Mishra will take over as Secretary, Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, the sources added.

Districts of Sehore, Dewas, Khandwa, Dhar, Shahdol, Vidisha, Umaria, Ratlam, Dindori and Ashoknagar have got new Collectors.


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