PM orders inquiry against ADCR Rawalpindi over citizen portal complaint
Prime Minister Imran Khan took notice of the complaint of two widowed sisters of Rawalpindi who complained on Pakistan Citizen Portal (PCP) and ordered an inquiry against Additional Deputy Commissioner Revenue (ADCR) Rawalpindi, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The Prime Minister directed Punjab Chief Secretary to submit an inquiry report by May 31.
The widows had complained to the Prime Minister about the Additional Deputy Commissioner Revenue on the portal that ADCR dismissed their complaint without listening to their stance.
The complaint reads, “Additional Deputy Commissioner Rawalpindi put pressure on components to withdraw their complaint.”
“The performance of all revenue officers of the Rawalpindi division should be checked,” the Prime Minister directed the Punjab top bureaucrat.
On the directive of the Prime Minister, a letter was sent to check the performance of the PM Delivery Unit Top that officials should review the performance of their subordinates.
The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) ordered Rawalpindi government officials' performance report to be sent to the Prime Minister's Office at earliest.
The PMO office directed that public grievances complaints against government officials should be scrutinized and officers should take steps to solve the problems of the people.
PMO warned that legal action will be taken against the officers for misquoting the data.