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Sir I Chandrasekhar Reddy working in syndicate bank in Nellore region in Andhra Pradesh since 2016.my home town is guntur dist.my wife is working as senior assistant in agriculture department(H.O) under secretariat in Guntur in Andhra Pradesh only.she is not affect any transfers.please suggest me how I will proceed against law in such situations.

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Prasad GLN

You can file request transfer application on compassionate grounds and they have to consider your application on priority basis as per DOPT directives, and they will also provide you the Number in the Priority.

This is a simple matter go to your regional office and they can guide you and such things are simple and they can do in minutes as per their discretion, as they want connections in State Govt post. (You can not proceed against law.  You can apply for request transfer applying through proper channal )  Prefer some rural branch and it will be more easier to get transfer to Rural and you can complete your rural service also.

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