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“Retired Staff Working In The Bureaucracy Must Immediately Resign,” Mandates Chandrababu Naidu Government

The Andhra bureaucracy is awaiting a major shake-up as the Chief Minister is keen on upholding new faces in the state administration following the regime change
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In a significant development, the N Chandrababu Naidu government of Andhra Pradesh has initiated the termination of service of those retired officers and staff who had been reappointed into the state bureaucracy by the previous YSRCP government.

Via a letter issued from the office of Chief Secretary Neerabh Kumar Prasad (1988-batch IAS officer), all the retired and re-employed senior officers were instructed by the newly formed Andhra government to submit their resignations immediately. All the incumbent Special Chief Secretaries, Principal Secretaries, and Secretaries to the various government departments were mandated to provide a list of these retired and re-employed officers to the General Administrative Department (GAD).

The state government, however, has also mentioned that it would invoke fresh orders from competent authority if the service of a particular officer is deemed essential in his department. It is pertinent to note that the Andhra Pradesh bureaucracy is awaiting a major shake-up as the Chief Minister is keen on upholding new faces in the state administration following the regime change.

On June 18th, via a notification issued by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), the government of Andhra Pradesh urged the Andhra Pradesh cadre bureaucrats working in Telangana to return to their state. As many as eight Andhra Pradesh cadre All India Services (AIS) officers are presently working in Telangana, while four Telangana cadre officers are working in the Andhra government following the bifurcation of the state.


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