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Allotment policy-2009 for official residences approved.

ISLAMABAD, June 04, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- The Government has approved new allotment policy 2009 for Government accommodation and Hostel accommodation which will be effective from June 1, 2009. The allotment of Government accommodations to Federal Government servants as per eligibility laid down in Rule of the Accommodation Allocation Rules, 2002, shall be made. According to according to
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 the ministry, the Allotment Policy 2009 envisages 50 per cent allotment from general waiting list and 50 per cent from Out of Turn basis to the government employees. The 25 per cent allotments shall be made in the hardship cases as under:- i) When the applicant is transferred from out station and has to vacate To annul, set aside, or render void; to surrender possession or occupancy.

The term vacate has two common usages in the law. With respect to real property, to vacate the premises means to give up possession of the property and leave the area totally devoid of contents.
 the government accommodation at previous place of posting to be given first priority on First come first serve basis. (ii) When the applicant is certified See certification.  disabled by Deputy Medical Superintendent or Civil Surgeon under Disabled (Employment and Rehabilitation rehabilitation: see physical therapy.  Ordinance A law, statute, or regulation enacted by a Municipal Corporation.

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, 1981 having at least 2 years length of service. (iii) When the applicant is above the age of 45 and has completed more than 20 years of continuous service and is facing serious illness. The registration in general waiting list shall be mandatory before applying for Out of Turn allotment. According to the policy-2009, no allotment will be made in future to the employees of non-entitled department. The Estate Office shall conduct an exercise to identify those departments which have their own pool of accommodation/colonies and also getting accommodation from Estate Office pool to proceed further for cancellation of all such allotments under Rule 24 of AAR-2002. A committee has also been constituted to recommend the out of turn allotment cases headed by Joint. Secretary (Chairman) comprising of Deputy Secretary (Estate), Estate Officer and Section Officer (Policy) as its members. All the applicants desirous de·sir·ous  
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Having or expressing desire; desiring: Both sides were desirous of finding a quick solution to the problem.



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 for allotment in Federal Lodges / Hostel accommodation will submit their applications through their respective departments clearly indicating the details of hardship and the details of hired accommodation alongwith their complete particulars with specific recommendation from the Head of Department Family suites in Gulshan-e-Jinnah may be exclusively reserved for officers of BS-17 and above. Family suites in Federal Lodge-I & II may be exclusively reserved for officers of BPS-18 & above.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Jun 4, 2009
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