LAHORE: The Punjab government on Thursday transferred Child Protection and Welfare Bureau (CPWB) Director-General Shuja Qutab Bhatti and directed him to report to the S&GAD for further orders.

The government also transferred Agriculture Commission secretary Syeda Malika and posted her as the CPWB DG.

Member (Taxes) Board of Revenue, Punjab, Muhammad Shoaib Tariq Warraich was promoted to BS-21 to the rank of secretary to the commissioner of the division and other equivalent posts on regular basis in his cadre and upon promotion, he is allowed to continue serving at his present place of posting.

P and D Board, Punjab, chief of section Muhammad Majid Iqbal was transferred and posted as member/project director/head of the Public-Private Partnership Cell of the P and D Board in his own pay and scale against a vacant post.

Additional Deputy Commissioner of Mandi Bahauddin Muhammad Shafiq was transferred and posted as deputy secretary of the Punjab energy department against a vacant post. General Manager (Admn) of the Tourism Development Corporation, Punjab, Touqeer Haider Kazmi was transferred and directed to report to the S and GAD for further orders.

Published in Dawn, April 15th, 2022

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