11 more police officials suspended for refusing corona vaccination

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Staff Reporter
Peshawar/Multan

Eleven more police officials were suspended for refusing coronavirus vaccination in Bannu district, said a notification issued here on Sunday.

The constables who refused to be vaccinated against coronavirus were included HC Abdur Rashid Khan, HC Driver Aman Ullah, LHC Jahan Zeb, LHC Tariq Aman, LHC Shakeel Khan, FC Amjed Rahim, FC Barkat Ullah, FC Amir Nawaz, FC Shahid Khan, Operator Nasir Iqbal and Operator Rahman Ullah.

It is worth mentioning here that six ladies constables had also refused to get corona vaccines. DPO Bannu had issued their suspension order yesterday.

All departments have issued final warnings to employees as per government orders regarding corona vaccine.

Meanwhile, the District administration Multan has directed government officials to ensure their vaccination till June 17 otherwise strict action would be taken against them including the option of salary stop.

This was disclosed by Additional Deputy Commissioner and focal person for vaccination campaign Rana Ikhlaq Ahmed here on Sunday.

He said that district government has decided to speed up vaccination campaign in order to achieve vaccination target.

He said that the district administration was going to start strict action against government officials failed to get their dose so far.

He said that the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Ali Shahzad has directed official to ensure their vaccination till June 17 otherwise strict action would be initiated against them adding that option of salary stop could also be used.

Rana Ikhlaq said that the officers of all departments have been directed to submit vaccination certificates of their employees at DC office as soon as possible, however, district administration would also get data from NADRA for verification purpose.

He maintained that beside, government officials, the citizens could also face different social restrictions over failure in getting their vaccination dose as the options of Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs) and Subscriber Identity Module(SIM) blockage were also under consideration.

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