Ban on transfers lifted

Ban on transfers lifted
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The Telangana Government on Tuesday lifted the ban imposed on all promotions, appointments, transfers, revision of seniority and change in terms and conditions of employment at all levels.

Hyderabad: The Telangana Government on Tuesday lifted the ban imposed on all promotions, appointments, transfers, revision of seniority and change in terms and conditions of employment at all levels.

It was on 16th May, 2014, orders were issued imposing a general ban on all promotions; appointments; transfers; revision of seniority; and change in terms and conditions of employment in the State at all levels, till the process of allocation of employees to the successor States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh is completed.

Chief Secretary Rajiv Sharma said, "It has been observed that in most of the departments, the process of tentative allocation of employees between the successor States has been completed by the Advisory Committee headed by Sri Kamalanathan and the employees, against whom no objections are raised on their tentative allocation, have been relieved by the respective States and they have reported to the States to which they are allocated.

The Government of India also issued final allocation orders in respect of certain departments. Therefore, the government felt appropriate and decided to lift the ban."

The ban has been lifted with the issuance of the GO MS No 1161 on Tuesday in respect of the local, district, zonal and multi-zonal cadre posts, which fall entirely in the State of Telangana.

Similarly, ban has also been lifted in respect of the posts having State Cadre and the posts in Secretariat, Heads of Departments, State Level Offices etc., for which the process of final allocation between the successor States is completed by the Government of India; and also for which the process of tentative allocation between the successor States is completed by the Advisory Committee headed by Kamalanathan.

However, these orders would not apply to the employees, whose tentative allocation is under objection, until final allocation orders are issued by the Government of India.

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