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K.N. Srivastava is new KPTCL chief

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BANGALORE: The Managing Director of Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Ltd (KPTCL), Mr V.P. Baligar, has been transferred and a senior IAS officer, Mr K.N. Srivastava, has been appointed in his place.

Mr Baligar has been posted as the Managing Director of Karnataka Small Industries Development Corporation in the place of Mr K.M. Shivakumar, who has proceeded on leave.

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