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Haryana govt forms committee to find a department where likes of Khemka can be safely transferred

02, Apr 2015 By indianpsycho

New Delhi. To put an end to the trouble faced by honest IAS officers in the country and their state, Haryana Govt has today decided to find a department where likes of Ashok Khemka can be safely transferred.

The decision was taken after Khemka was transferred yet again to archaeology department.

Fearing they may have to again take out time to decide where to transfer him in 1 or 2 weeks, Haryana govt has once and for all decided to address root cause of their the problem.

No department for honest IAS officer.
No department for honest IAS men.

“We have formed a committee headed by some ex-IAS officers, who for the first few weeks will look if at all there is a department, where work done by honest IAS officers doesn’t threaten our their life in any way,” said a top minister from BJP govt in Haryana.

“If they can’t come up with one, we will then invent one such department, where IAS officers aren’t burdened with the workload of bringing out corruption and reforms. We have certain political parties to take care of that,” he added.

“Also if we don’t address this problem now, soon we will run out of places and departments to transfer Khemka. We can’t send him to same department again, that will hardly be challenging for him as a passionate IAS officer,” he conclude, how steps taken by govt were in the best interests of Kehmka.

Haryana govt further rubbished allegations that the govt was doing nothing to protect whistle-blowers in the state.

“It’s bullshit and baseless.  We are well aware that too much of whistle blowing is hazardous to one’s health, and that it can cause asthma attack. It is out of this concern only for the well being of our IAS officers, that we are taking such steps,” said Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar.

Congress govt in Karnataka too has given thumbs up to the decision and promised to assist Haryana govt in their find.

“We must keep political ideologies apart and promote such good initiatives wholeheartedly,” said the Karnataka CM, who is confident no honest IAS officer will be murdered by Mafia, once such a department is in place.

Meanwhile Khemka has decided to throw away his suitcase once and for all and henceforth will be carrying only 2-3 pair of clothes to his next posting.