Cabinet rejects summary suggesting names for EOBI chairman


The federal cabinet has rejected all three names of the candidates for the post of Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Institution (EOBI) chairman suggested by the Prime Minister’s appointed selection board.

Sources revealed on Friday that the federal cabinet rejected the summary of a selection board appointed by PM Khan which recommended the names of three candidates for the post of EOBI chairman.

Sources said that the cabinet suggested to re-advertise the EOBI chairman vacancy. It also directed to make the salary of the EOBI chairman according to the market.

The selection board recommended the name of Azhar Hamid and suggested appointing him for two years.—INP


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