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KP monetization committee asked to submit report shortly.

PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Finance Muzaffar Syed Advocate Tuesday asked the Monetization Committee to submit its final report in 15 days to ensure fair use of official vehicles and other perks and privileges adding that the provincial government was committed in reforming the system.

He issued these directives while presiding over the 4th meeting of the Monetization Committee for Perks and Privileges of Civil Servants in Civil Secretariat, Peshawar.

The meeting beside others was attended by Senior Member Board Revenues, Secretary Establishment, Secretary W&S, Special Secretary Finance and representative of Local Government, P&D, Transport and education departments. Exprovincial secretary Dr Ihsanul Haq also attended the meeting.

Secretary Establishment while briefing the meeting about the aims and objectives of the monetization committee said that the committee had been formed to replicate the federal monetization policy in the province to halt the misuse of government resources, bring equality in perks and privileges of civil servant, promote selfreliance and save public money.

The meeting was informed about the number of official vehicles and salient features of the proposed plan for authorized and fair use of vehicles.

The Finance Minister ordered the committee to accelerate the process compilation of report to submit the final document comprising actual figures within in 15 days.

He also warned of taking stern action against those submitting wrong information and directed to extend the monetization process to all departments.

He asked for taking care of the status and comfort of the civil servants in the process of monetization. A sub committee was also formed to give final shape to the report of the committee.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Mar 4, 2015
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