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    The Telangana state government is planning major administrative changes and transfers within government departments. There are significant transfers happening in various government departments, with a focus on 5 key areas. Efforts are being made to streamline and improve efficiency across all branches of government. Five IAS officers are being transferred from the Tehsildar level.

    A detailed chart outlining these transfers is being prepared, with intelligence reports playing a crucial role in the decision-making process. The government is engaging in discussions with employee unions and trade unions to ensure smooth transitions and address any concerns.

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    In Hyderabad, after the elections, CM Revanth Reddy is now concentrating on administration and making significant changes to enhance governance and efficiency in government departments. It appears that a major overhaul is planned in the government departments.

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    Displacement of long-standing officers is expected, as part of an effort to refresh the administration and inject new energy into various departments. Competent officers are likely to be appointed to enhance efficiency and governance. A massive transfer exercise is underway, affecting positions from Tehsildar to senior IAS officers.

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    The transfer orders are expected to be issued immediately after the code of conduct for the Lok Sabha elections expires, between June 5 and June 11. These changes are part of CM Revanth Reddy’s focus on strengthening administration post-election, ensuring more effective operation of government departments.

    Under the Congress government, there has been an increase in actions against corrupt officials. The government is now focusing on transferring officials who have been stationed in the same place for extended periods. Regulations state that those working in the same location for over two years should be transferred. The government is preparing to implement transfers across various departments, including Finance, Revenue, Police, Medical Health, Municipal-Urban Development, Agriculture, Electricity, Panchayat Raj, Roads-Buildings, and Transport.

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