Capt® Sikandar Qayyum takes over the charge of Chairman, NHA

Press Release,

Islamabad:   (Parliament Times)   Capt® Sikandar Qayyum has taken over as new Chairman National
Highway Authority. To this effect, a farewell ceremony was arranged at
NHA Headquarters today in honor of outgoing Chairman NHA Mr. Jawwad
Rafique Malik participated by officers and officials of the authority.
Addressing the ceremony, Jawwad Rafique Malik termed transfer / posting
a part of Government Service. He desired that every Government
Employee should discharge his duties with dedication and honesty. During
his stay in NHA, he tried his level best to perform duties with dedication and
sincerity. It was due to untiring efforts of NHA officers and officials that
Ministry of Communications & National Highway Authority’s performance
remained excellent during the first 100x days of the present Government.
He termed NHA officers & officials a real asset of the authority. He said, as
Secretary Communications, his strong working relationship with NHA will
continue and in all administrative and constructive affairs. Ministry of
Communications will extend all cooperation to NHA.
On this occasion Capt(R) Sikandar Qayyum assured to maintain the
working standards of roads building set by the outgoing Chairman NHA Mr.
Jawwad Rafique Malik. All possible measures will be adopted to fulfill
national obligations with devotion & fidelity. He said all the decision will be
taken on merit and following rules and regulations.
In his opening remarks, NHA’s Member Planning Mr. Asim Amin said,
during his tenure in NHA. Mr. Jawwad Rafique Malik expressed high sense
of responsibility and always performed duties with conviction &
determination. In presence of honest officer, the subordinates render
remarkable services in fearless atmosphere. Capt (R) Sikandar Qayyum
also presented a special shield of NHA to Mr. Jawwad Rafique Malik.

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