Bureaucrats’ promotions underway: PM Imran summons top authority board meeting today
ISLAMABAD: Premier Imran Khan has once again summoned a session of top-level authority board on Monday (today) to accord a final approval to the promotions of several bureaucrats.
The PM will chair the session and review personal files of the Grade-21 officers who are expected to be promoted to Grade-22. Secretary of PM, Secretary Establishment Division and other cabinet members will attend the meeting today.
According to details, the first phase of preparations to upgrade 25 officers has been completed. Moreover, the discussion regarding the promotions of Grade-22 officers will also take place during the session.
Sources informed that seven personnel of Pakistan Administrative Group, 14 officers of Secretariat Group and two officers from each group of Police and Information department are likely to get promotions.
In the first session of the board, the seniority list of 35 officers came under consideration.
Last month, addressing participants of 109th National Management Course from National School of Public Policy, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that government’s policy of de-politicization of institutions, meritocracy and transparency offered a great opportunity to bureaucracy to improve its performance and play its due role in translating political vision into reality.
PM Khan added that, being backbone of the state, bureaucracy has a huge responsibility to deliver and come up to the expectations of the nation.