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PM takes notice of Citizen Portal complaint: Senior officer suspended

Following the complaint, Prime Minister Imran Khan took notice of overseas Pakistanis’ complaints on the Pakistan Citizen Portal and directed for initiation of proceedings against the respondent in the Islamabad Land Revenue.

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National media is circulating another important news from the citizen portal a few weeks later to the whole ambassadors’ conference held by Prime Minister Imran Khan, which also originated here.

According to the news, an ex-patriot of Pakistan has recently filed a complaint on the Citizen’s Portal and according to the media headline, PM Khan has taken notice of the complaint.

Prime Minister Imran Khan took notice of overseas Pakistanis’ complaints on the Pakistan Citizen Portal and directed for initiation of proceedings against the respondent in the Islamabad Land Revenue, under PMDU.

The complaint as shown by the TV media read, “This is my 8th complaint previous not yet solve. My problem is the same I could not get permission for the plot number (address censured for privacy, but it is in Islamabad).

The complainer added, “I know the matter will not solve unless the government takes action against this corrupt society (referring to the place where the plot is situated) but I will try my best. I hope any honest officer will take a step against this society. Many people invested in this society but they could not get possession for the last 12 years. I therefore again 8th time request you kindly take action against society for our possessions. I shall be highly grateful.”

Following this complaint, Prime Minister Imran Khan took notice of overseas Pakistanis’ complaints on the Pakistan Citizen Portal and directed for initiation of proceedings against the respondent in the Islamabad Land Revenue.

According to Prime Minister’s Performance Delivery Unit (PMDU), after the prime minister’s directions, the inquiry was initiated against the Circle Registrar office Islamabad by the authorities concerned, and the deputy registrar cooperative society Islamabad was immediately removed from his office.

The relevant clerk in the circle registrar’s office was also removed from his office whereas inspector cooperative societies had been dismissed from service.

The chief commissioner of Islamabad had also sent a recommendation to the ministry of interior for the suspension of the circle registrar.

The societies concerned were issued show-cause notices and their bank accounts were frozen.

According to a press release of the PM office media wing, an overseas Pakistani had registered a complaint with the prime minister over the transfer of the plot and the inaction of the circle registrar over the complaint.

Upon the direction of PMDU, the chief commissioner conducted an inquiry into these complaints and issued suspension and removal from service notifications.

Earlier to this, Prime Minister had taken action against Saudi Embassy for the maltreatment of citizens and held a virtual conference which was later debated highly in the media.

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