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PM approves promotions of above 20 bureaucrats to grade-22

ISLAMABAD: The high-powered promotion board meeting presided over by Prime Minister Imran Khan approved promotions of above 20 bureaucrats, purely on merit, from grade-21 to grade 22 on Monday. According to the details, the high-powered board approved promotions of six officers from DMG group, two from police group, one from information group and 11 from foreign serves and others groups.  Those who were promoted to grade 22 from DMG group included Imran Ahmed, Shafqatur Rehman Ranjha, Amir Ahmed, Muhammad khan, Sajid…

Murad criticises NAB for ‘creating fear among bureaucrats’

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday slammed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for what he said creating fear and insecurity among the government officials.  Addressing the graduation ceremony of 26th Mid-Career Management Course (MCMC) at National Institute of Management (NIM) Karachi, he said there was a sense of fear and insecurity among the government officials due to which they have stopped performing their duties and choose to remain without posting or on the side posts, while those…

PM Imran Khan vows to ‘isolate bureaucracy from political influence’

ISLAMABAD: With an aim to depoliticize the bureaucrats of Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan emphasized on the civil servants to bring an upward trajectory in the performance of all departments while refraining from the political influence. Addressing top bureaucrats, Premier emphasized the need to bring changes into the governance structure of the institutions, which would pave the way for improvements in all aspects of governance. The system of governance is required to be revamped and an ameliorated governance will…

Federal govt transfers four top bureaucrats

ISLAMABAD: The federal government on Monday transferred four high level, 22-grade officers. According to details, the establishment division of cabinet secretariat issued the notification of transferring four bureaucrats from the top brass of Pakistan Administrative Service . As per the notification, Rabiya Javeri Agha, a BS-22 officer of Pakistan Administrative Service, who was recently posted as Secretary Human Rights Division has been transferred and posted as Secretary, Climate Change Division. Sqn. Ldr. (R)…

Names of 23 bureaucrats ‘close to Sharifs’ placed on ECL

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Interior on Friday placed the names of as many as 23 provincial bureaucrats said to be close to the Sharif family on the Exit Control List (ECL).  The names of the provincial officials have been put on the no-fly list on the request of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). Those who face travel restrictions are Quaid-i-Azam Solar Pawer Plant CEO Najam Shah, Primary and Secondary Health Secretary Ali Jan Khan, Paragon City Finance Director Farhan Ali and Manager Shahzad Waheed, Power…

NAB warns bureaucrats against obeying unjust orders

ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Friday wrote a letter warning bureaucrats all over country against complying with unjust orders by ministers or else they will also face legal action for committing wrong deeds, ARY News reported.