AGP dismisses two bureaucrats over misconduct
ISLAMABAD: The Auditor General of Pakistan Rana Assad Amin on Thursday dismissed two members of the Pakistan Audit and Accounts service.
The AGP exercised the powers conferred upon him by the government and dismissed Grade B-17 officers Muhammad Ihtisham and Bilal Ahmad Ijaz.
Both officers have been found guilty of inefficiency and misconduct under government servants (Efficiency and Discipline) Rule 1973.
AGP Rana Assad Amin has dismissed three officers of B-17 and B-19 in last six months who were found guilty of corruption and misconduct. He has vowed zero tolerance and determination to eliminate corruption and indiscipline from department.
The Auditor General’s organisation is the prime institution for ensuring public accountability and fiscal transparency in governmental operations.
It is expected to bring improvements in the financial discipline and internal control environment in executive departments to minimise the possibility of waste and fraud.