PM requires appointing officers to facilitate abroad Pakistanis


Prime Minister Imran Khan directed on Wednesday to nominate facilitating officers in 39 federal divisions to offer higher companies to abroad Pakistanis.

According to the PM Delivery Unit (PMDU), the officers is not going to be under the Basic Pay Scale (BPS) grade of 19.

The involved ministries had been directed to inform the appointment of facilitating officers, the PMDU added.

The premier has additionally directed to ascertain particular sections and desks in 34 sub-departments of 13 ministries for the facilitation of abroad Pakistanis.

The federal departments had been directed to share the data concerning this initiative with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting for dissemination to the Pakistani diaspora.

Regular notification of the organising of particular sections and desks may even be issued, in keeping with the PMDU.

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All the divisions had been directed to furnish reviews inside 21 days in regards to the accomplishment of the assigned activity.

The initiative is geared toward addressing the issues confronted by abroad Pakistanis in numerous workplaces.

Earlier in August, the PMDU acquired the primary quarterly (Jan-March) report of public courts (Khuli Kachehris) performed by 32 federal intuitions.

According to the report, out of 6,911 complaints, 4,842 have been resolved in public courts of federal intuitions and quite a few complaints have been despatched to the officers involved for decision.

A complete of 10,060 public consciousness questions concerning federal intuitions have been answered, with the report including additional that public hearings have been performed via Facebook Live and dwell phone calls by the heads of involved establishments.

According to the PMDU, federal intuitions held 955 e-court hearings as per the directions of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

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