In his career of 27 years, Ashok Khemka, a 1991-batch IAS officer has been transferred 53 times. Presently, posted as the Principal Secretary of Haryana Archives, Archeology and Museums Department, Khemka is now the subject of a book written by two Delhi-based journalists.

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Titled, Just Transferred: The untold story of Ashok Khemka, the book narrates his life story.

Born into a middle-class family in Kolkata, Khemka went on to top IIT Kharagpur in 1988 and then cracked the civil services exam in 1991.

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Khemka made news in 2012 when he cancelled some land deals involving Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra and the real estate giant DLF.

Talking about the land deal, the book reads:

With the Congress party in power, most people called it a suicidal move. But, true to his reputation for being scrupulously honest, Khemka didn’t budge.
Source: The Week

The authors of the book, Bhavdeep Kang and Namita Kala, claim that it will give insights into the functioning of India's administrative machinery.