Government of Jammu and Kashmir

SRINAGAR — The government on Monday ordered apportion of 1193 employees to the Union Territory of Ladakh.

According to a government order, a copy of which lies with the news agency GNS, the apportion has been done in the exercise of the powers under Section 89 of the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act, 2019 by the Lieutenant Governor of the Jammu and Kashmir.

Given the breakup of the apportion, 31 employees are from Agriculture Production, four from Animal/Sheep Husbandry, one from Culture, one from Election, six from Finance, 165 from Food, Civil Supplies & CA, 36 from Forest, Ecology & Environment, 48 from Health and Medical Education, six from Higher Education, one from Home, 21 from Horticulture, 14 from Industries and Commerce, 10 from PHE/I&FC, 65 from Power Development, 49 from Public Works (R&B), 90 from Revenue, 82 from Rural Development & PR, 478 from School Education, 53 from Social Welfare, 10 from Tourism and 22 in Transport.

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The government further ordered that any variation in the details and credentials of the employees shall be rectified only after considering original or verified service records by the concerned Controlling Authorities, with the approval of the competent authority.

“The employees apportioned to the Union Territory of Ladakh and presently continuing their service in the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir shall be relieved by the concerned Administrative Departments,” it added.

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