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Hilal-e-Imtiaz conferred on Chief Collector of Customs

By Our Correspondent
March 25, 2021

ISLAMABAD: President of Pakistan has conferred civil award (Hilal-e-Imtiaz) on Chief Collector of Customs (North) Dr Asif Mahmood Jah on the occasion of Pakistan Day in recognition of his services rendered for humanity. His services for humanitarian work and his professional contribution to revenue generation were lauded and the president wished him well for his endeavours to provide relief and medical assistance to the ailing humanity. Dr Asif Mahmood Jah joined the Civil Service (Customs and Excise Group) in 1992. Besides, being a competent officer, Dr Asif Jah has been daily taking out time after office hours to provide medical treatment to poor and needy patients who visit his charity hospital in Lahore. He has established healthcare clinics, schools, and mobile hospitals in all the four provinces, which are providing free healthcare as well as educational facilities to the poor and needy. Ever since his joining the service, he has performed exceptionally well and contributed to an increase in the government revenues. Last year, Dr. Asif Mehmood Jah met with a nearly fatal road accident on Motorway and remained on ventilator. He miraculously recovered and on Tuesday, he was conferred Hilal-e-Imtiaz by the president at the Presidency for having justified his existence, both as a government servant and a servant to humanity.