CDA staff warned not to use influence fore transfers, postings

Zubair Qureshi

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) in order to discourage the culture of using influence for postings and transfers has decided to take strict action against those who are found involved in using such practices.

According to a notification issued by the Authority on Nov 25, 2021 no employ shall bring or attempt to bring outside influence directly or indirectly to bear on the Board, Chairman or the Members or on any employ in support of any claim arising in connection with his employment as such.

“Non-compliance with the aforementioned instructions or to resort/exert pressure on the Management/officers of the Authority in connection with their postings, transfers or other service matters tantamount to misconduct and liable for disciplinary proceedings and consequent imposition of one or more penalties in accordance with these regulations after due process of law,” said the notification.

Moreover it is further reiterated that under the rules duly adopted in the Authority, this act is unbecoming of an employee and can be one of the grounds for directory retirement of employees.

In future, all such cases shall be placed before the Directory Retirement Committees for consideration.

All such officer/officials shall immediately be marked and necessary observations will be placed in their personal dossiers for cognizance at a later time, it is stated in the notification.

On the directions of Member (Admin) of the CDA, Amir Abbas Khan, Director General Human Resource Qasim Chattha issued the notification giving stern warning to all those found involved in such practices.

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