PTI purged institutions of interference: Sarwar



Staff Reporter

Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar has said that the government has purged the institutions of political interference to strengthen Pakistan in all sectors.
“Transparency and merit are the top priority of the government.”

Punjab Governor Ch Sarwar was talking to Punjab Postmaster General Khawaja Imran Raza at Governor House here on Friday.

On the occasion, the Postmaster General briefed the Punjab governor about the department’s performance, including new initiatives regarding Amazon.

Appreciating the overall improvement in the performance of Pakistan Post, Ch Sarwar said that all possible steps should be taken to further improve the performance of Pakistan Post for the provision of public service and also to ensure transparency in the institution.

Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that the PTI government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, was ensuring reforms in all departments, as well as steps, are being taken to strengthen them.

He said that it is the first government in the history of Pakistan that has ensured no political interference in any department, and the institutions are being allowed to work with complete freedom, therefore, the institutions also have the responsibility to provide maximum facilities to the people.

Postmaster General Punjab Khawaja Imran Raza whilst apprising Governor of Punjab about the new initiatives regarding Amazon said that Pakistan Post is fully prepared to take up this challenge, adding that Pakistan Post is all set to transport sellers’ consignments from their doorsteps to Amazon Centre’s.

He further said that Pakistan Post has also set up facility centers in its major cities including Multan, Sialkot, Karachi, Faisalabad and Lahore.

The Postmaster General also assured the Governor that under the supervision of Minister Communications, Murad Saeed, Pakistan Post is improving both in the delivery of its services and the overall image of the department.

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