Punjab Governor Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana has said the spirit of being humble needs to be promoted.
Addressing the passing out ceremony of the 44th Common Training Programme at Civil Services Academy (CSA) on Wednesday, he congratulated the participants of the training who completed it and stressed them to remain humble throughout their lives.
He said people should be treated with respect and all of you should work with a spirit of serving the masses.
The governor said if all institutions worked within their domains than litigation would stop, adding that there was a communication gap between officers and people, and if it would be minimised this will lead to smooth working.
“All of you should work without any pressure as you are bound to do justice with your jobs,” he added.
Earlier, medals and prizes were given to the participants who performed well during their training.
CSA Director General Maroof Afzal and others were also present.—APP