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Panel to Divide Staff Between AP, Telangana Meets

State Advisory Committee, constituted to give recommendations on allocation of state cadre employees between Telangana and AP, met on Friday
Hyderabad | 10th November 2017
The State Advisory Committee, constituted by Government of India to give recommendations on the allocation of state cadre employees between the two Telugu states, met on Friday morning under the chairmanship of Ajay Mittal, IAS, Secretary to the Government of India, Department of Personnel & Training.

The meeting decided to proceed further with the allocation of Deputy Collectors. It was also decided to constitute a sub-committee of the SAC which would take all the required decisions to allocate Deputy Collectors, Deputy Superintendents Of Police and Excise Superintendents between the two states.

A meeting between the Chief Secretaries of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to discuss and decide on the pending issues between the two states was also held.
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