Wednesday, May 21, 2014

CIL chairman quitting to join new government in Telangana

CIL chairman Narsing Rao
COAL India Limited (CIL) chairman S Narsing Rao has said he would be quitting the post to serve the government in the India's youngest state of Telangna. In fact Narsing Rao hails from the state.
A leading financial daily quoting Narsing Rao...
reported that Rao as a son of the soil was looking forward to work in Telangana. He said the new state requires a lot of dedication and hard work by the men in government to meet the aspirations of its people.
Normally, any top functionary of a PSU needs to a serve three-month notice before quitting the post. Rao, however, hopes to get relieved from his post much earlier than the usual notice period.
The new state of Telangana comes into existence on June 2.
"I think it may not require more than 3-4 weeks to complete the formalities at the CIL once the new government at the Centre settles down to work," he was quoted as saying.
The file related to the cadre allocation of All India Services (AIS) officers between Telangana and the residual state of Andhra Pradesh was not cleared by the outgoing Prime Minister thus leaving the process to the incumbent government.
The state government chief secretary P K Mohanty is meeting the Pratyush Sinha Committee, constituted by Government of India to work out the modalities for the distribution of AIS officers between the two states, in Delhi on Tuesday.
Rao, a 1986-batch IAS officer, is certain to be allocated to Telangana based on his nativity.
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president K Chandrasekhara Rao, who is all set to become the first chief minister of Telangana on May 19 called on the governor. Narsing Rao was also present.
Rao joined Coal India in April, 2012 and has three more years to complete his tenure as the chairman of Coal India.

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