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KK Pathak Information : Lastly KK Pathak is in hassle! Nitish authorities transferred him, despatched him to this division – Huge Breaking Information Nitish Kumar Authorities transfers ACS KK Pathak from Schooling division, know his new dept, verify full particulars theinsiderinsight

Patna. Bihar's well-known IAS officer KK Pathak has lastly been reprimanded. Nitish authorities transferred him from the schooling division on Thursday night. Now he has been given a brand new accountability. Rather than Pathak, the federal government had already given the extra cost of the brand new Further Chief Secretary of the Schooling Division to S Siddharth. Now Pathak has been fully faraway from the schooling division. In response to the notification issued by the Bihar authorities, KK Pathak has been posted as Further Chief Secretary, Income and Land Reforms Division until additional orders.

KK Pathak is on a 28-day depart. He’ll stay on depart until June 30. Just lately, his cussed perspective relating to faculty holidays within the scorching warmth in Bihar had caught everybody's consideration. Because of Pathak's arbitrariness, the schooling division had positively modified the timing of the faculties however didn’t declare holidays regardless of the extreme warmth and heatwave. As a result of scorching warmth, stories of kids fainting in colleges began coming in. Many leaders of the ruling get together in addition to the opposition had expressed their displeasure. Not solely this, the Governor of Bihar additionally expressed concern on this regard and requested the federal government to take vital steps.

After the uproar, CM Nitish Kumar had instructed Chief Secretary Brajesh Mehrotra to shut the faculties. All non-public and authorities colleges in Bihar have been instructed to stay closed from 30 Might to eight June.

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In the meantime, KK Pathak had utilized for depart, which was accepted by the federal government. CM's Principal Secretary S Siddharth was given further cost of ACS of the Schooling Division.

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