Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Revenue Department’s Women Officer Amita Singh Tomar has apologized to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for intervening in this matter after being disturbed by the transfer of the state government repeatedly.
Tehsildar Amita was transferred from Bawara tehsil in Rajgarh district two days back to Sidhi district. This is the ninth transfer of his 13 years of service. So far, he has worked in 25 tehsils of different districts of the state.
“I have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking for the intervention and intervention of the Madhya Pradesh Government to transfer me repeatedly,” said Amita, a lady tahsildar, who was posted in Bawaah Tehsil of Rajgarh district. He said, “This is my ninth transfer during the 13-year job. Apart from this, I have been shifted to work in 25 tehsils so far.
After winning 50 lakh rupees in ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ and commenting on controversial comments in Facebook, Amitas said, “I had demanded from the state government that my transfer should be done in my home district, Gwalior, at my own expense, but The government has been transferred to Sidhi 500 km away two days ago. ‘ He alleged that the government had transferred him on the advice of the influential people he had removed from encroachment at Beaua.
During the Simhastha Kumbh Mela and on many other occasions Amita, who received certificates, awards and medals for good work, said, “Only three months back, I was sent to Vyara. Now my transfer has been made straight. I have written a letter to Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Chief Secretary of the State and the Chief Secretary of the Department of Revenue, about my transfer. ” He said, ‘I had won 50 lakh rupees in’ Kaun Banega Crorepati ‘, since then people used to call me Madi with KBC, but due to frequent transfers, I started being called Madame Transfer. I’m being mentally disturbed ‘
Amita said that the entire job of most Tehsildars is completed in 2-4 districts, but I was shifted to 25 tehsils in 13 years, including nine transfers.