The information minister Fawad Chaudhry clarified on Saturday that the major reshuffle in bureaucracy was on merit and under the law rather any kind of favouritism.
In a statement commenting over the transfers and postings of high level officials, he said that first time nine best officers have been appointed in Balochistan to get the good governance target.
“The policy of transfers and posting not based on like or dislike but only under the law aimed to get best results,” information minister said.
He reiterated his stance that government was determine to follow law and set procedure and all policies will revolve accordingly.
“The police highlight the government pledge to turn the bureaucracy as the real servant of the people,” he mentioned.Earlier Today, the Establishment Division transferred at least nine more bureaucrats.
According to the details, two days after a major reshuffle at the federal level, in which 22 bureaucrats were transferred to various positions, the Establishment Division on Friday transferred another nine civil servants (BS-21) across the country.
An officer of Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS), Iqbal Hussain Durrani, previously posted under the government of Sindh, has been transferred to Balochistan.
Similarly, Capt (r) Naseem Nawaz has been transferred to Sindh from Punjab while Muhammad Ajmal Khan, previously working under the Punjab government, has been directed to report to the Establishment Division.