Balochistan govt employees ordered to replace ringing tone with ‘Pakistan Zindabad’


QUETTA – Balochistan government has ordered its certain employees to set the ringback tones of their mobile phone numbers to the ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ (long live Pakistan) track.

A ringback tone – also called a ringing tone- is the audible indication heard by the calling party while waiting for their call to be answered by the called destination.

The order was issued in light of the decision taken during a meeting presided over by the chief secretary, according to the notification issued on Sep 29 by section officer Bahadur Khan of the provincial government’s Services and General Administration Department (S&GAD).

The secretaries of all departments, additional secretaries, deputy secretaries and heads of other departments concerned have been ordered to abide by the decision.

The additional secretaries, as per the notification, of (S&GAD) have also been ordered to ensure their subordinates also replace the same ringback tones on their cellular phone numbers.

“…The Government of Balochistan, Science and Information Technology Department has conveyed that in pursuance to the decision made in the meeting held under the Chairmanship of worthy Chief Secretary, for setting of mobile Ring-Back Tone “Pakistan Zindabad” by Administrative Secretaries, Additional Secretaries and Deputy Secretaries and head of attached Departments on their cell/contact numbers,” it states.

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