Farman wants pragmatic decisions on PCP complaints


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Shah Farman directed the federal government bodies in the province to take prompt and pragmatic decisions on the public complaints received through Pakistan Citizen Portal (PCP). Presiding over a meeting here at Governor’s House to review the performance of federal government institutions about PCP, the Governor said that a comprehensive report of rederessal of public complaints and service delivery would be submitted to Prime Minister Imran Khan.
He emphasized upon the federal government institutions to provide merit and transparency based services to the citizens and there should be a practical and effective mechanism in this regard. The Governor said that any complain meant to character assassination of any government officer or head of the institution would be dealt under law, adding that the federal government officers should perform their duties without accepting any pressure of taking mental stress.—Staff Reporter

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