Chairman Overseas Pakistanis hears complaints, issues orders at spot.
Rawalpindi -- Chairman Task Force Overseas Pakistanis District Rawalpindi, Iftikhar Ahmad Warsi heard 51 complaints related to police, TMOs, anticorruption, fake housing schemes, RDAs and excise department and issued necessary orders at the spot.
He said that special courts have been established to pursue the cases of overseas and solve them promptly so all concerned departments are directed to furnish their application at earliest as no slackness will be endured in this respect.
He expressed his views while listening to the complaints of Pakistanis settled abroad during a meeting in DC Office Rawalpindi. On this occasion, Assistant Commissioner Saddar Tasneem Ali Khan, DSP Investigation Mirza Tahir Sikandar, Tehsildaar Mansoor Ahmed, member OPF Qaiser Zaman, Malik Qaiser Awan, Chaudary Saqib, Malik Saeed and other concerned officers were also present there.
Iftekhar Warsi further shared that main objective of commission is not only re-dressing the complaints but to facilitate the citizens in every possible manner to welcome them in mainstream and encourage them for investing in their own country. For this purpose, he said approval has been accorded to the proposal of establishing separate police stations and facilitation center in Lahore, Gujranwala, DGK and Rawalpindi division.
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|Publication:||The Messenger (Karachi, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Feb 21, 2018|
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