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Rajesh Bhushan appointed New Health Secretary

Rajesh Bhushan appointed new Health Secretary, While the country is dealing with the COVID – 19 pandemic, the Health Ministry plays a very important role to deal with it. Ms. Preeti Sudan, who working in the health ministry. Her working tenure will be ending soon on 31st July 2020.

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When Rajesh Bhushan is going to take over her place?

To take over her Rajesh Bhushan Senior IAS officer who is appointed as an officer on special duty (OSD) in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in the Central Government in April this year is appointed as the new Health Secretary on 24th July 2020 (Friday).

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Due to COVID – 19 epidemic, Ms. Sudan’s tenure is extended for 3 months. She is going to retire in April 2020. Currently, Mr. Bhushan is the Secretary of the Department of the Rural Development and 1987 batch Bihar Cadre officer. He will also gain some extra responsibilities to becoming a secretary at the Health Ministry.

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The Secretary is the organizational general and the manager of the special protection group (SPG). He will also hold responsibility for managing and monitoring the security arrangements for the present Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the former Prime Minister’s. Every working decision is to prove and edit by the Secretary itself.

The Health Ministry is working hard continuously to beat the COVID – 19 pandemic and improve the conditions in the country. Another day some further steps are also taken by the council. Mines Secretary Sushil Kumar is assigned as Secretary of National Commission for scheduled castes under ministry social justice and empowerment. 1987 batch IAS officer of Tripura cadre. Kumar will replace Ram Kunar Mishra. Also, a 1987 batch IAS officer who was the women and child development Secretary.

The charge of Secretary, Ministry of Mines is hand over to Anil Kumar Jain, a 1986 IAS officer of Madhya Pradesh, secretary, Ministry of Coal.

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