AJK PM emphasizes upon the state bureaucracy to keep perform their duties efficiently

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MUZAFFARABAD:    (Parliament Times)     The AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan emphasized upon the state bureaucracy to keep the public service above while performing their duties.

Addressing a condolence reference of a great bureaucrat Tariq Masood held under Board of Revenue here on the other day he said bureaucrats like late Tariq always kept the interests of the state above everything.

The condolence reference was also addressed by senior minister Ch. Tariq Farooq, additional chief secretary development Syed Asif Hussain, additional chief secretary general Farhat Ali Mir, senior member board Fayyaz Ali Abbasi, former secretary Akram Suhail, Raja Farooq Niaz, IGP Faheem Abbasi, Arif Kamal and commissioner Muzaffarabad Ch. Imtiaz Ahmed.

Mr. Haider said we got our rights back through 13th amendment adding that government had done its job and it was up to bureaucracy to make best use of resources to ensure welfare of the masses. He urged the civil servants to open the doors of their offices to the public. The old and experienced bureaucrats always found the solution of the problems following the rules and regulations, he added. He disclosed that late Tariq Masood and Khalil Qureshi would be included for national award during the current year. He said government would get the third volume of the book of Yousuf Sarraf published, which was one of the best books on Kashmir.

Addressing on the occasion Sr. minister Tariq Farooq said he had attended the condolence reference of late Khalil Qureshi too. Qureshi and Masood he said had a great role in making the governments of Mujahid-e-Awwal and Salar-e-Jamhooriat successful. They would always adhere to the rules and regulations while discharging their duties. Tariq Masood was a man of versatile personality and had passion for film, art, drama, plays and Kashmir liberation struggle. He was also popular for transferring political, constitutional, administrative and financial powers to democratic governments.

Additional Chief Secretary Development Syed Asif Hussain while paying tributes to the services of Tariq Masood said he was a teacher to the junior. He said he himself learnt a lot from him. He was a bureaucrat of great capabilities and was a role model to him. He had great command over Urdu and English languages and his circle of friends was very vast. He was against the concept of fraternities and regionalism and always believed in unity. Secretary SERRA Zahid Ali Abbasi, Akram Suhail, and Fahim Abbasi also addressed on the occasion.

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