Aleem Khan hints at ‘major surgery’ in Punjab’s bureaucracy
LAHORE: Punjab Senior Minister Abdul Aleem Khan on Saturday hinted at a ‘major surgery’ in the provincial bureaucracy to ensure long term betterment and said that basic changes will be brought in the structure.
Presiding over a high-level meeting of advisory council on governance in Punjab, Abdul Aleem Khan said that capable officers will be supported and there will be no pick and choose policy and everyone will be given equal opportunity to prove their ability to work for change.
He said that instead of routine matters we have to go for ‘major surgery’ in Punjab and wide scale reforms are required for which renowned economists’ would be consulted.
According to a statement released from his office, Aleem Khan said seasoned ex-bureaucrats would also be taken to determine the right way for success and added that no leniency will be tolerated to implement the vision of Imran Khan.
He said that due to illogical and poor policies of the last government there are number of issues to be resolved. The minister said that changes in basic structure are required and for this purpose strict monitoring is necessary.
The minister appreciated the work done by the advisory council regarding reforms in Punjab and gave them go ahead for further process in this regard.