Around 14 applicants from different districts have been given regular jobs in provincial government departments under Rule 17-A of Punjab Civil Servants (Appointment and Conditions of Employment) Rules, 1974 after the involvement of the Office of Ombudsman Punjab.
In a statement issued here Sunday, the spokesman mentioned that Ms Aqsa Naz of Nankana Sahib has been recruited as a data entry operator in grade 12 in Punjab Employees Social Security Institutions, Lahore while Syed Mohsin Qurban of the provincial metropolis was recruited as accounts assistant in Punjab Workers Welfare Fund in grade 11 after the involvement of ombudsman office.
Anam Ali of Lahore was appointed to the forests department, Aoun Muhammad of Bahawalpur to the metropolitan corporation Bahawalpur, Muhammad Asad of Mianwali to the deputy commissioner’s office, Osama Akram of Gujranwala to the local government & community development department, Shahbaz Jabbar Khan to the district education authority Rajanpur and Muhammad Aftab of Vehari was hired in grade-11 as a junior clerk in the highways department, the spokesman added.
In the meantime, Adnan Hussain of Jhelum has been recruited as a water carrier in grade one in the police department while the son of another applicant from Gujranwala namely Hameedan Bibi has been hired as a naib qasid in the education department along with payment of Rs878,232 as pension arrears.
The spokesman explained that Muhammad Umar Abrar of Multan and Ghulam Ali of Jhang were employed as naib qasid in the office of the director agriculture water management and district council Jhang, Ali Khan of Bhakkar as cattle attendant in the livestock department and Ehtsham Ahmad of Faisalabad was employed as patwari in the revenue department.