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New provincial secretaries and Inspectors-general of police.

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    PM Nasirul Mulk appoints four provincial secretaries, replaces IGs


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    Caretaker prime minister Nasirul Mulk has approved the Federal Cabinet’s decision of appointing four new provincial secretaries and inspectors-general of police.

    Mulk gave the approval at a meeting held at the prime minister’s office on Wednesday.

    The provincial governments, following consultation with the Election Commission of Pakistan, approved posting of Akbar Hussain Durrani as chief secretary Punjab, Azam Suleman Khan in Sindh, Naveed Kamran Baloch in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Akhtar Nazeer in Balochistan.

    The new top cops include Dr Kaleem Imam in Punjab, while Amjad Javed Saleemi will replace Allah Dino Khawaja as IG Sindh, Mohammad Tahir will replace Salahuddin Mehsud as IG K-P and Mohsin Hasan Butt will take the role of IG Balochistan.

    The commission is likely to meet tomorrow to discuss security measures for the forthcoming elections.

    On Tuesday, the ECP directed the establishment secretary to appoint new chief secretaries and IGs.

    Last month, the ECP and Army formulated a security strategy for the general elections. The armed forces are expected to provide security to ensure smooth conduct of elections. A final plan in this regard will be announced after a consensus with the law enforcement agencies and the federal and provincial caretaker authorities.
     
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    ECP directs Establishment Division to appoint new IGs, secretaries


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    ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Tuesday directed the Establishment secretary to appoint new chief secretaries and IGs.

    A meeting on election security arrangements, originally slated for June 13 has been postponed to June 14. This has been done to ensure that the new appointees are in a position to attend the huddle. A letter has been written to the aforementioned bureaucrat on this account. New appointments should be finalised by tomorrow (Wednesday).

    Last month the ECP and the Pakistan Army formulated a security strategy for the forthcoming general elections.

    The armed forces are expected to provide security to ensure the smooth conduct of elections. The final plan will be announced after a consensus with law enforcement agencies as well as federal and provincial caretaker authorities.

    According to sources, military personnel may be tasked with acting as a rapid response force to ensure the safe passage of elections. Personnel may also be stationed to secure the publication and transport of ballot papers.
     
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    A federal cabinet meeting, chaired by caretaker prime minister Nasirul Mulk, on Wednesday approved the posting of new chief secretaries and inspector generals in all four provinces.

    The cabinet made the decision in consultation with the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and the respective provincial governments in order to ensure free, fair and transparent elections in the country.

    The following officers have been appointed:

    Chief Secretaries

    Punjab: Akbar Hussain Durrani

    The new chief secretary of Punjab, Akbar Hussain Durrani joined the civil services on November 1, 1988. Durrani, a retired captain, belongs to the 16th Common and his domicile is Quetta. He was previously a grade 22 officer with the Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS) posted as Secretary Federal Education and Professional Training Division. He is due to retire on October 26, 2021.

    Sindh: Retired Major Azam Suleman Khan

    The Sindh chief secretary Retired Major Azam Suleman Khan joined the civil services on August 31, 1990. He was previously a grade 22 officer with the PAS posted under the Punjab government. His domicile is Lahore. He is due to retire on March 22, 2021.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Naveed Kamran Baloch

    The KP chief secretary Naveed Kamran Baloch joined the civil services on October 22, 1985. He was previously a grade 22 officer with the PAS, posted as Secretary National Health Services, Regulations & Coordination Division. He belongs to the 13th Common and his domicile is Nawabshah. He will retire on March 7, 2021.

    Balochistan: Dr Akhtar Nazir

    The chief secretary of Balochistan, Dr Akhtar Nazir joined the civil services on December 1, 1990. He is from the 18th Common and Sargodha is his city of origin. He was previously a grade 21 officer posted under the ECP. He is due to retire on January 14, 2022.

    Inspector Generals of Police
    Punjab: Dr Kaleem Imam

    The newly appointed Punjab Inspector General (IG) Kaleem Imam joined the civil services on November 1, 1988 and belongs to the 16th Common. He was previously a grade 21 officer of the Police Service of Pakistan. His domicile of origin is urban Sindh. He will retire on April 24, 2022.

    Sindh: Amjad Javed Saleemi

    Sindh IG Amjad Javed Saleemi joined the civil services on November 1, 1986. He belongs to the 14th Common division and his domicile is Faisalabad. He was previously a grade 22 officer of Police Service of Pakistan, serving as IG National Highways and Motorway Police (NH&MP). He is due to retire on January 31, 2020.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Muhammad Tahir

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa IG Muhammad Tahir joined the civil services on November 1,1988 and belongs to the 16th Common. His domicile is Rawalpindi. He was previously a grade 21 officer serving under the Punjab government. He will retire on November 21, 2020.

    Balochistan: Mohsin Hassan Butt

    Balochistan IG Mohsin Hassan Butt joined the civil services on November 18, 1989. He belongs to the 17th Common and his city of origin is Rawalpindi. He was previously a grade 21 officer of Police Service of Pakistan, serving in National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA). He will retire on December 31, 2023.

    The IG Police Islamabad and Chief Commissioner Islamabad were also transferred and new postings were made.

    Lt Retired Jan Muhammad has been chosen for the post of IG Police Islamabad. He was previously a grade 20 officer of the police, serving in NACTA.

    Joudat Ayaz has been made the new Chief Commissioner of Islamabad. He was previously a grade 20 officer of the PAS, posted as the Joint Secretary Cabinet Division.

    After the cabinet approved the postings, transfer notifications were issued for the outgoing officers instructing them to report to the Establishment Division and appointment notices for the newly appointed officers.