Zero tolerance policy against use of substandard material: DC

Bashir Ahmad Rehmani

Deputy Commissioner warned that zero tolerance policy will be adopted against use of substandard material and unjustly delay in completion of ongoing development projects of billion of rupees in the district Hafizabad.

He issued this warning while visiting ongoing development schemes in the district. Deputy Director Development Hafiz Mubashar-ul-Hassan and other officers were also accompanied by him.

During the visit of sewerage scheme of village Kot Sijana near Hafizabad, he found use of second class bricks and directed the constructor to replace the bricks

While visiting ongoing mega project of construction of road from Kot Sarwar to Gujranwala with the cost of ten billion of rupees, he said that the Punjab government had released Rs. Three billion to complete this project earliest so that commuters belong to different districts of central Punjab could get better communicational facilities.

He directed the officers to expedite pace of work on all ongoing projects for ensuring timely and according to specification completion of construction work.

He also visited under construction road from Kot Hara to Jalalpur carpet road with the cost of Rs.1.80 billion.

Meanwhile President All Pakistan Clerks Association Hafizabad Muhammad Nasir Amin has been promoted to the post of Assistant Director office of the Chief Executive Officer Hafizabad. He taken over the charge of his post.

Officers and official of education department Hafizabad including Khadim Hussain, Nazir Ahmad, Muhammad Faisal, Muhammad Mansha and others congratulated him on promotion.


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