Amaravati: After the changes made in the bureaucratic circles, where more than 47 IAS, IPS and IFS officers were transferred, officers working for Chief Minister's Office were allocated on Wednesday. The Chief Minister's Chief Advisor Ajeya Kallam has allocated the posts to officers working in the CM's office.
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Ajeya Kallam: Chief Minister's Chief Advisor:
General Administration, Home Affairs, Finance, Planning, Revenue, Law and Order of Law and Chief Minister's Office functions.
PV Ramesh, CM Special Chief Secretary:
Medical Health, Family Welfare Department, Education Department (School, Inter, Higher, Technical Education), Industries, Commerce, Infrastructure, Investments, Public Sector Enterprises, IT, Infra and Energy.
Solomon Arokya Raj CM Secretary:
Transport Roads, Buildings Department, APSRTC, Housing, Food, Civil Supplies, Consumer Issues, Panchayati Raj, Rural Development, Serpent, All welfare Departments, Youth Affairs, Sports.
K Dhanunjaya Reddi, CM Additional Chief Secretary:
Water Resources, Environment, Forestry, Technology, Municipal Administration, Urban Development, CRDA, Agriculture, Horticulture, Sericulture, Tourism.
J.Murali, CM Additional Secretary:
Animal Husbandry, Dairy Industry, Fisheries, Culture.
Dr. Mukthapuram Harikrishna, CM Special Officer:
Arogya Sri, CM Relief Fund (CMRF), Representations (MPs, MLAs, People's requests).
P.Krishnamohan Reddy , Officer on Special Duty (OSD):
To monitor minute to minute Programs of the Chief Minister, appointments, visitor's appointments etc.
Ajeya Kallam, who retired as the Chief Secretary in 2017, will be head of the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) and allot the subjects between secretaries of CMO. He will be authorised to call for advice from across the departments and all advisors of the government will also be accountable to him.
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