Srinagar, December 12
The State Cabinet is likely to meet on December 18 at Civil Secretariat in Jammu, and is likely to affect some transfers in police and civil departments.
According to the sources, the State Cabinet is meeting in Jammu on December 18. “Though it is a routine meeting but some transfers and postings in civil administration and police is likely to be ordered,” sources said.
Sources added that transfers of the district Superintendents of Police (SPs) is likely the agenda of cabinet while the Cabinet may also issue orders for appointment of new Director of Vigilance.
Sources said that the general administration department has framed a list of officers who will be given their new postings.
Some non performance officers will be attached to the GAD to remove the hurdle in the smooth functioning of the governance. “The list of the performing and non performing officers was prepared by GAD in consultation with the CM’s secretariat,” sources said.
They also learnt from the corridors of the power that the police department at the highest level may also be touched as some of the key postings are without heads.
Sources said that the list of deadwood government servants is also likely to be discussed in this cabinet meeting.
However sources said that the agenda of the meeting was not circulated yet.