ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned the government policemans in Balochistan that stringent action will certainly be taken against them if they do not attend main meetings connected to public welfare.
The warning has been released by the head of state via a letter after getting grievances hereof, states a main news on Saturday.
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The grievance was officially lodged by Balochistan Governor Amanullah Khan Yasinzai in his report of “the Prime Minister’s Efficiency Distribution System” in the district which he offered to Mr Khan lately.
In the record, the governor grumbled to the prime minister that elderly officers of the federal departments had actually not been attending official conferences therefore affecting the government’s performance.
According to the Prime Minister Workplace, the report was connected to grievances made by the people of Balochistan at Pakistan People Site.
PM Khan while revealing discouragement after receiving the complaint of the guv, directed the elderly officials of the federal divisions to participate in the meetings on a regular basis.
According to the record, the control panels of police officers of 17 government departments in Balochistan were reviewed. The federal departments in the province got greater than 11,000 public problems, out of which 90 percent had been dealt with, according to the record. It states that as many as 37 percent people revealed complete satisfaction on the way the problems were settled.
At the same time, on the instructions of Mr Khan, the lights of the PM Office were turned off on Saturday for an hour to observe Planet Hour.
In his remarks, the prime minister stated that improving setting was the top concern of the federal government.
He appealed to individuals to support the government in its efforts for a tidy and pollution-free setting in the country.