Buzdar honors best performing officers during Eid

Amraiz Khan

A ceremony was held on Saturday at CM’s office, in which commendatory certificates were distributed among those officers who exhibited outstanding performance on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha and during Eid holidays.

The Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar was the chief guest of the ceremony. The Chief Minister gave away certificates of appreciation to the officers whose performance was excellent during the sanitation campaign on Eid-ul-Adha.

Lahore Waste Management Company took first place on the podium, Bahawalpur stood second and Sialkot was in third position.

Whereas in local governments, the performance of Gujarat and Okara achieved first and second position respectively.

Usman Buzdar gave away certificates of excellence to Secretary Local Government Noor ul Amin Mengal, Commissioners of Bahawalpur, Multan and Lahore.

CEO of LWMC Rafia Haider was awarded a certificate and a cash prize. CEO Sialkot Waste Management Company Khalid Javed and CEO of Bahawalpur Waste Management Companies Naeem Akhtar also received commendatory certificates.

Similarly, DG Local Government and Community Development Kausar Khan and Secretary Punjab Local Government Board Saira Omar have also received certificates.

Moreover, Certificates have also been given to Deputy Commissioners of Gujrat Mehtab Wasim Azhar, Okara Ali Ejaz and Sialkot Tahir Farooq, Chief officers of Municipal Corporations Okara, Gujrat and Borewala including Arham Nazeer, Qamer Zeeshan, and Akram Wahla, Additional Secretary Admin Local Government Wajid Ali Shah, Manager MIS Local Government Nisar Ahmed, Section Officer (Companies) Aslam Nadeem and System Network Administrator Muhammad Adnan.

Manager IT Abid Ali, PSO Secretary Local Government Asif Asad, PSO Provincial Minister for Local Government Anjum Hafeez, Social Media Focal Person Provincial Minister for Local Government Waqas Amjad and PRO Local Government Department Iram were awarded certificates of outstanding performance.

The Chief Minister, lauded the efforts of the political and administrative team for taking timely and excellent sanitation arrangements on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha.

He said that performance is a key to win the people’s trust and the only way to earn goodwill for the government as well. He assured his full support to those officers who will leave no stone unturned in serving people.

he stressed upon officers to discharge their obligations with the same spirit. He further stated that serving people is not only a duty but also a divine blessing.

The Chief Minister said that his political and administrative team worked hard on Eid-ul-Adha and got appreciation. Concerned officers need to be encouraged and appreciated for good performance.

He congratulated the officers and said that this year on Eid-ul-Adha, you all won the hearts of the people with your hard work.

He said that the provincial ministers and the administrative team worked round the clock to ensure the best cleanliness arrangements in Lahore.

He especially lauded the services of The Chief Secretary Punjab in this regard. Usman Buzdar said that he is paying visits to each district for inspecting the sanitation condition and other issues.

Provincial Minister for Local Government Mian Mahmood ur Rashid said that everyone showed excellent performance on Eid-ul-Adha under Punjab CM’s supervision and for the first time such excellent cleanliness arrangements were made in the cities of Punjab including Lahore.

Provincial Health Minister Dr. Yasmeen Rashid said that the political and administrative team delivered according to the vision of CM Punjab and the people also appreciated their performance.

Provincial Minister for Education (Schools) Murad Rass said that the sanitation arrangements were largely appreciated by the citizens of Punjab, especially Lahorites.

SACM Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan said that Usman Buzdar is our captain and his team has exhibited outstanding performance.

The previous governments spent billions of rupees for sanitation arrangements whereas the incumbent government has taken far better cleanliness measures with only a quarter of the money as compared to the past.

Secretary Local Government Noor ul Amin Mengal said that apart from Eid-ul-Adha, 2.25 lakh tonnes of remaining were disposed of, which is a record.

He termed the CM’s appreciation of the officers for their excellent performance a good omen. Provincial Ministers Mian Mahmood ur Rasheed, Dr. Yasmeen Rashid, Murad Ras, SACM Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, Principal Secretary to CM Tahir Khurshid, Secretary Local Government Noor ul Amin Mengal and concerned officers attended the function.


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