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Four suspended as Yogi government takes action on transfers against rules in health department

Lucknow: The Yogi Adityanath government has started action on the transfers against the rules in the UP Helath department. Four officers have been suspended along with two additional directors, one joint director. Soon action can also be taken against some big officers. It is worth noting that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had ordered an inquiry into the irregularities in the transfers in the Health Department.

After which the action has now started. However, action has not yet been taken against the officers responsible for irregularities in transfers. Efforts are being made to suppress the scams in the transfers by taking action against the small officers.

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Additional Director Paramedical Rakesh Kumar Gupta has been suspended for irregularities in the transfers of Pharmacist Technician. Additional Director Health Administration Ashok Kumar Pandey has been suspended for the disturbance in the transfer of laboratory assistant class. Joint Director Paramedical Arvind Kumar Verma has been suspended for irregularities in the transfers of Pharmacist and ECG Technician. Administrative officer Mohammad Islam has also been suspended.

It is worth noting that the issue of disturbances in the transfers in the Health Department was raised by Deputy Chief Minister and Health Minister Brajesh Pathak himself. After which there was a stir in the department. After which Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath himself took cognizance of the matter and ordered an inquiry. The CM also constituted a three-member inquiry committee under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary.

The official report of this committee has not come yet, but the process of rectifying the mistakes has started in the health department. Suspending three medical officers and one administrative officer, they have been attached to the Director General Health Office.

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