ETPB fails to recover rental dues from different zones | Pakistan Today

ETPB fails to recover rental dues from different zones

LAHORE: The administrators of Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) from different zones of Pakistan have badly failed to recover the rental dues of ETPB due to the lack of interest whereas the controller of accounts of ETPB has also written warning letters to the administrators of northern zone Rawalpindi, eastern zone Lahore, southern zone Karachi, Gujranwala zone, central zone Multan and Nankana zone for the early recovery of ETPB’s dues, Pakistan Today learnt reliably.

The controller accounts Akhter Ali Khan had written a letter on May 16, 2019, a copy of which is available with Pakistan Today, to the administrator of ETPB northern zone Rawalpindi which states, “It has been observed with grave concern that recovery of your zone up to April 2019 (FY 2018-19) is Rs82.432 million against the respective target of Rs93.318 million i.e. 88 per cent which is less than the respective target. This state of recovery shows lack of interest from all field staff of respective districts of your zone. It is also reiterated that the main function and primary duty of zonal/district offices is to collect the high level of recovery and to meet the target set by the Board.”

The letter further states, “Recovery of ETPB’ rental dues from Ministry of Religious Affairs & Interfaith Harmony housed at Ramna Building as well as renting out vacant space at Ramna Building may kindly be pursued vigilantly for the best interest of ETPB. As per the directions of ETPB chairman, the performance of the zonal administrator, deputy/ assistant administrator and concerned field staff will be evaluated on the basis of recovery of revenue targets 2018-19.”

Similarly, another letter on the same date has also been written to the eastern administrator of Lahore Zone which states, “It has been observed with grave concern that recovery of your zone up to April 2019 (FY 2018-19) is Rs149.706 million against the respective target of Rs161.866 million i.e. 92 per cent which is less than the respective target. This state of recovery shows lack of interest from all field staff of respective districts of your zone. It is also reiterated that the main function and primary duty of zonal/district offices is to collect the high level of recovery and to meet the target set by the board. Recovery of rental dues from Haji Camp (Directorate of Hajj) Lahore may kindly be pursued vigilantly for the best interest of ETPB. Further recovery of capital receipts of acquired ET properties from Punjab government regarding Metro Orange-Line Train projects and ring road project, etc. requires immediate attention.”

The letter which has been written to the administrator of Karachi southern zone states, “It has been observed with grave concern that recovery of your zone up to April 2019 (FY 2018-19) is Rs138.082 million against the respective target of Rs160.865 million i.e. 86 per cent which is less than the respective target. This state of recovery shows lack of interest from all field staff of respective districts of your zone. It is also reiterated that the main function and primary duty of zonal/district offices is to collect the high level of recovery and to meet the target set by the board.”

Similarly, the letter which has been written to the administrator Gujranwala zone states, “It has been observed with grave concern that recovery of your zone up to April 2019 (FY 2018-19) is Rs66.007 million against the respective target of Rs77.587 million i.e. 85 per cent which is less than the respective target. This state of recovery shows lack of interest from all field staff of respective districts of your zone. It is also reiterated that the main function and primary duty of zonal/district offices is to collect the high level of recovery and to meet the target set by the board.”

The letter which has been written to the administrator central zone Multan states, “It has been observed with grave concern that recovery of your zone up to April 2019 (FY 2018-19) is Rs139.344 million against the respective target of Rs200.556 million i.e. 69 per cent which is less than the respective target. This state of recovery shows lack of interest from all field staff of respective districts of your zone. It is also reiterated that the main function and primary duty of zonal/district offices is to collect the high level of recovery and to meet the target set by the board.”

However, the letter which has been written to the administrator Nankana zone states, “It has been observed with grave concern that recovery of your zone up to April 2019 (FY 2018-19) is Rs26.061 million against the respective target of Rs93.741 million i.e. 28 per cent which is less than the respective target. This state of recovery shows lack of interest from all field staff of respective districts of your zone. It is also reiterated that the main function and primary duty of zonal/district offices is to collect the high level of recovery and to meet the target set by the board.”



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