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MIB appoints K. Sanjay Murthy as Jt. Secretary Broadcasting

01-September-2016
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MIB appoints K. Sanjay Murthy as Jt. Secretary Broadcasting

In a new development, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) has given Joint secretary (films) K. Sanjay Murthy, who was holding additional charge of the broadcasting section along with another joint secretary Mihir Kumar Singh, complete charge of broadcasting on August 29, 2016.

Additionally, director (films) Anshu Sinha has been promoted as joint secretary (films). Earlier reports were that she would be replacing R. Jaya in the broadcasting section. While Jayashree Mukherjee – from the Maharashtra IAS cadre – who was appointed as additional secretary mid-July has moved into her Shastri Bhawan office 20 days ago. She replaced special secretary JS Mathur who was promoted as secretary Panchayati Raj. 

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