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Secretary Communication urges high ups of Pakistan Post to improve their financial and administrative system for providing letter service to people

Islamabad, July 31, 2013 (PPI-OT): Federal Secretary Communication Mohammad Arshad Bhatti has urged the high ups of Pakistan Post to further improve their financial and administrative system for providing letter service to the people. He was presiding over a high level meeting of Pakistan Post here on Monday. Mohammad Arshad Bhatti said, under the leadership of Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, existing democratic government is taking pragmatic steps for reformation of all walks of life. Referring to Pakistan Post, he said it may be transformed into a more useful and profitable department.

He expressed dissatisfaction on some aspects of briefing given by Ejaz Minhas M.D Pakistan Post Foundation. He took serious notice of technical faults found in some agreements and directed to submit a detailed report regarding the officers at fault.

He ordered an inquiry to probe into the land and 10 crore loan matters of Housing Scheme of the postal employees who have paid the amount but no plot has yet been allotted to them. He emphasized upon the allotment of plots or paying back the amounts to the employees. He also directed immediate closure of unprofitable Rest Houses.

He termed postmen as identity of Pakistan Post and desired timely provision of uniform to them. He desired to make employee’s children welfare schemes more useful and feasible. He urged to enhance the revenue by utilizing the obsolete assets to overcome the losses.

Mohammad Arsad Bhatti also stressed upon the need of repatriation of postal employees working in other departments on deputation.

For more information, contact:
Muhammad Ali Gardezi
Chairman
National Highway Authority
NHA HQ, 27, Mauve Area, G-9/1,
Islamabad.
Tel: +9260417
Fax: +9260404
chairman@nha.gov.pk

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