Over 45 IAS and IPS officers were transferred in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday in continuing rejig in administration by new Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Several bureaucrats considered close to previous government of N. Chandrababu Naidu were either shunted to insignificant posts or asked to report to General Administration Department for further postings.
Chief Secretary L. V. Subrahmanyam issued four different orders, transferring 41 IAS, four IPS and two IFS officers.
This is the largest number of officials transferred since Jagan Reddy took over as the Chief Minister on May 30, following massive victory of his YSR Congress Party in the Assembly elections.