LAHORE: Punjab Chief Secretary Punjab Akbar Durrani on Wednesday said that commissioners of Rawalpindi and Dera Ghazi Khan divisions had been asked to submit a fact-finding report on the letters of deputy commissioners (DCs) of Chakwal and Rajanpur regarding political interference in administrative matters.
Addressing a meeting of administrative secretaries, commissioner and deputy commissioners at the Civil Secretariat, the chief secretary directed deputy commissioners to perform their duties in accordance with rules, keeping pleasant relations with elected representatives, and seek guidance from their seniors if they faced any difficulty.
He also said that the role of judiciary, legislature, executives and media was of significant importance in guiding people.
CS Durrani mentioned that all government officers worked diligently to achieve the fixed targets including the holding of free, fair and transparent elections. “They should continue work with the same passion to implement the 100-day plan of the government,” he added.
He said that law and order, improvement in sectors of health, education, environment and municipal services were priorities of the government and asked the officers to work in tandem with legislators of their districts in order to achieve future targets, besides giving them representation in the committees working for the wellbeing of people at district level.