Video: Maryam Nawaz, Usman Dar defend AC Sialkot Sonia Sadaf after FIrdous Ashiq Awan’s outburst


SIALKOT: PM Imran Khan’s aide Usman Dar and PML-N vp Maryam Nawaz have come out in assist of Sialkot’s Assistant Commissioner Sonia Sadaf who was admonished severely by Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan a day in the past.

They have issued statements defending the feminine officer who confronted public humiliation by the Punjab chief minister’s adviser throughout a go to to a Ramadan bazaar.

Awan bought offended when some patrons complained about substandard edibles being offered on the market.

The video of the cruel change went viral on social media in a number of hours after which statements have been issued in assist of Sonia Sadaf.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Usman Dar expressed his issues over the incident.

He mentioned he knew the assistant commissioner, including that she is an environment friendly and competent officer.

Dar added that the function of feminine officers in governance is necessary and should be appreciated.

Meanwhile, PML-N Senior vp Maryam Nawaz mentioned civil servants and bureaucrats get appointed to any administrative place after excelling in research and passing aggressive exams.

Taking a dig on the authorities, she mentioned they weren’t “selected” to the posts.

She mentioned any minister or the chief minister’s particular assistant had no proper to insult any officer and demanded Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan tender an apology to AC Sonia Sadaf.

Separately, The graduates of Civil Service Academy didn’t mince their phrases and mentioned they stood with Sadaf, asking Awan to apologise for her behaviour.

“A PAS officer was publicly humiliated. This is a criminal act.”

Punjab Chief Secretary ‘concerned’

Later on, Punjab Chief Secretary Jawwad Rafique Malik, whereas reacting to the Sialkot incident, mentioned that the uncivilised remedy meted out to an administrative officer in a Ramadan bazaar was condemnable.

In an announcement Sunday evening, the Punjab CS mentioned that Assistant Commissioner Sonia Sadaf and different administrative officers have been on the frontlines regardless of the scorching warmth and corona pandemic.

He mentioned that using unethical language with any officer or workers is condemnable and added that administrative officers throughout Punjab have been current within the discipline day and evening for the comfort of individuals, which is extremely considerable.

Jawwad Rafique Malik mentioned he had conveyed his reservations in regards to the tragic incident to the Punjab chief minister.