close
Saturday June 22, 2024

Shake-up in federal bureaucracy

By Our Correspondent
November 21, 2023
The Parliament House building in Islamabad. — Radio Pakistan/File
The Parliament House building in Islamabad. — Radio Pakistan/File

ISLAMABAD: Appointments and transfers have been made in the federal bureaucracy. Services of six officers of the Pakistan Administrative Service have been entrusted to the Islamabad administration. 

The services of Grade 17 officers Aneeq Anwar, Farhan Ahmed and Dawood Salimi posted in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have been entrusted to Islamabad administration while the services of Grade 17 Kamran Sagheer, Uzair Ali Khan and Farwa Batul posted in the Punjab government have been entrusted to the Islamabad administration.

Meanwhile, SP Inayat Ali Shah, Grade 18, posted in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police Service of Pakistan, has been transferred to Islamabad Police, while ASP Khurram Ashraf, allocated to FC Gilgit-Baltistan, has been promoted to Grade 18. His services have been transferred to the FC by promotion. The Establishment Division has issued a notification.