ISLAMABAD, July 14: The federal government has removed water and power secretary Anwar Khan and appointed Saif Chattha in his place, sources in the ministry told Dawn on Sunday.

Mr Chattha was working as additional secretary in the ministry.

Anwar Khan has been asked to report to the establishment division.

The decision was taken a day after widespread protests against loadshedding during Sehri, Iftar and Taraweeh.—Staff Reporter

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sabeeh omer
July 15, 2013 10:50 am

Whenever there is an issue or crisis we get to hear that certain people have been transferred or asked to relinquish charge. Has this practice ever produced any meaningful results? It is high time that the government should take exemplary actions: Sack the Minister in charge and all concerned officials not performing their duties! Transferring one incompetent, inept official from one department to another is making a mess of all!

KhanChengezKhan
July 15, 2013 11:45 am

Changing individuals are not the soltion of Load Sheddings. A practical and concrete step must be taken by the Federal and provincial Govenments. If something is not available then how come it could be possible to provide it?????

jaleel
July 15, 2013 2:36 pm

These huge blunder never be perished

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