NHAI chief’s tenure extended by three monthsBy IANS
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
NEW DELHI - The tenure of the chairman of the National Highway Authority of India, Brijeshwar Singh, has been extended by three months, an official release said here Tuesday.
A 1975 Indian Administrative Service officer of Tamil Nadu cadre, Singh was to retire Tuesday.
The Appointment Committee of the Cabinet has approved Singh’s re-employment as NHAI chairman on a contractual basis for a period of three months from Sep 1 this year, the release said.
It, however, added that Singh will have to quit in case a regular appointment is made for the post before the expiry of his extended tenure till Nov 30.