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Major reshuffle of civil officers, secretaries by Punjab government

Punjab government reshuffle officers

On Wednesday, in a major reshuffle of civil and police officers by the Punjab government, several officers and provincial secretaries were transferred to different posts.

In this major shuffle Commissioner Multan, some officers, and provincial secretaries were transferred to different posts. The notification issued by the provincial government states that Nadeem Sarwar has been appointed as the secretary, prosecutor Nadeem ur Rehman has been appointed as secretary human rights, while Nabil Javed has been appointed as the chief economist of the Planning and Development Board.

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Moreover, Ali Bahadur Qazi who is serving as secretary population has been given the additional charge of secretary Punjab Management Professional Development, while secretary (I&C) Masood Mukhtar has been transferred to the Planning and Development Board.

Shan-ul-Haq Commissioner Multan has been made the officer on special duty (OSD) while Javed Akhtar Mahmood has been appointed the Commissioner Multan. Deputy Commissioner Gujrat Dr Khurram Shahzad became OSD, while Mohammad Saif Anwar Cheema has been appointed as Deputy Commissioner Gujrat.

Meanwhile, in the reshuffle of government officers in Punjab, Bilal Siddique has been posted as deputy IGP Specialized Protection Unit, while Sohail Habib Tajik has been directed to report to Services & General Administration Department till further orders. Imran Ahmar who was serving as a regional police officer in Dera Ghazi Khan Region has been transferred to Rawalpindi.

Captain (r) Muhammad Faisal Rana has been transferred to Dera Ghazi Khan Region as a regional police officer. Tariq Abbas Qureshi has been transferred to Sahiwal as a regional police officer, while Mir Humayun Bashir Tarar has been posted as Deputy Inspector General of Police, Highways Patrolling Posts, Punjab.

The move was taken by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government in a bid to improve bureaucratic performance in Punjab. A Provincial Minister said before the Muharram that his party wants to eradicate ‘Sharifs’ bureaucratic mafia in the province.

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