Report Card 2013......

Deputy Commissioner - Rajat Aggarwal

The song Bach ke rehna re baba...is apt for DC Rajat Aggarwal, who has earned the label of a strict administrator from his subordinates. Aggarwal keeps a hawk's eye on all the work shirkers and forced all late comers to be on time. Though he took charge in the last quarter of 2013, in Ludhiana, he earned the support of senior citizens, especially for his project which spoke about their rights. It sent out a strong message to those who do not take good care of their parents.

MC Commissioner - Rahul Tewari

Idhar chala main udhar chala, jaane kahaan main kidhar chala... must be how Municipal Corporation Commissioner Rahul Tewari felt, before he was finally appointed to his present post. While first he was transferred from the post of Ludhiana deputy commissioner (DC) to Amritsar DC, recently there was news of him being appointed the new CA of GLADA. However, finally he was made the MC Commissioner.

Police Commissioner - Nirmal Singh Dhillon

Known for his cool approach while handling even the tough cases, Commissioner Nirmal Singh Dhillon succeeds in pacifying angry complainants soon. One this he is not happy about is the the traffic congestion in this city as he himself has got stuck in traffic jams a number of times. Therefore, apart from maintaining law and order, he believes that managing the traffic properly will solve more than 50 per cent of the problems in the city.

CA GLADA - R K Verma

Senior IAS officer R K Verma, who is now Chief Administrator of Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority (GLADA), can be called an IT buff. During his previous posting as MC Commissioner, Ludhiana, or his present post for that matter, he is always available to media on popular apps and in case he is stuck in a meeting, one can leave questions on his app and there is no doubt that he will not reply.

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