31 senior bureaucrats promoted to grade 22

By: News Desk
Published: 11:12 AM, 19 May, 2022
31 senior bureaucrats promoted to grade 22
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The federal government has promoted 31 bureaucrats to grade 22 — the highest service grade for government servants — in a selection board meeting presided over by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, reported 24NewsHD TV channel. 

The selection board meeting which started yesterday in Islamabad will continue today (Thursday) that will review the promotion cases of the Police Service of Pakistan (PSP). 

The Cabinet Division issued a notification in this regard. 

Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Dr Syed Tauqir Hussain Shah also got promotion

The promotions took place in nine different service cadres: Customs Service, Inland Revenue Service, Pakistan Railways (C&T) group, Foreign Service of Pakistan, Pakistan Information Group, Commerce and Trade group, Military Land and Cantonment group and Intelligence Bureau.

In Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS) group, 18 officers were promoted: Dr Rashid Mansoor, Dr Tauqir Hussain, Dr Ismet Tahira, Bushra Aman, Zulifiqar Haider Khan, Naveed Allauddin, Hamid Yaqoob, Dr Iftikhar Ali Shalwani, Zafar Ali Shah, Farhan Aziz Khawaja, Dr Fakhar-i-Alam Irfan, Saif Anjum, Dr Usman Chachar, Aizaz Aslam, Naveed Ahmad Shaikh, Sarah Saeed, Jawad Paul and Imdad Ullah Bosal.

The officers promoted to Foreign Service of Pakistan (FSP) group were: Mazhar Javed, Sardar Shuja Alam and Babar Amin.

In Pakistan Customs Service (PCS), Suraiya Ahmed Butt and Dr Ahmad Mujtaba Memon got the promotions.

Amir Ali Khan Talpur, Dr Faiz Illahi Memon and Asim Ahmed were officers of Inland Revenue Service (IRS), who were promoted.

Others promoted to grade 22 included Zafar Zaman Ranjha of Railways group; Saeed Javed of Information group; Syed Rafeo Bashir Shah of Commerce and Trade group; Naeem Jan Khan of Military Land and Can-tonments group; and Fuad Asadullah Khan of the IB.