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No full-time officers at Collectorate

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Nizamabad: Administration in the Nizamabad district has been badly hit by the absence of regular officers to man important posts in the district.

Nizamabad: Administration in the Nizamabad district has been badly hit by the absence of regular officers to man important posts in the district.

While the State government decided to bifurcate the district to simplify administrative processes and procedures and enhance the administrative efficiency, the decision to keep the top posts run by in-charge officers hampered the efficiency.

After the creation of Kamareddy district, the administrative system started working at a snail’s pace. There are no regular officers at the top in crucial departments.

All the departments are looking deserted with the absence of regular staff. While some of them have retired, their posts have not been filled yet.

A case in point is the Revenue Divisional Officer’s post in Nizamabad which has been lying vacant for more than one month. RDO Yaadi Reddy who was officiating as RDO has been promoted and posted as a Divisional Revenue Officer (DRO) in another district.

As no regular RDO was appointed till now, the revenue administration has been paralysed though DRO Padmakar is also officiating as in-charge RDO.

Similarly, there is no regular CEO for the Zilla Parishad office as the present CEO Mohan Lal was promoted and sent as a DRO to another district. Deputy CEO Govind is officiating as an in-charge CEO for the last one month.

Another postr that is being run by an in-charge officer is the post of the Tribal Welfare Officer after the retirement of Vijay Kumar in December. Presently, the Backward Classes Welfare Officer Vimaladevi is officiating as in-charge officer.

Many important posts of administrative officers in the Nizamabad Collctorate and the Joint Collector’s office would soon become vacant with the retirement of several staff. If steps are not taken to fill up the posts, administration would suffer badly.

Speaking to The Hans India here on Sunday, people in the Nizamabad town expressed their anguish over the absence of regular officers ,which they said was hampering the administration and their work was not being done properly. Important officers were not available in the offices, they lamented.

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