BCS officers review 'partial' report of parliamentary committee
Qambar Dashti, the Chief of BCS Officers Association chairing a meeting on Monday: Photo taken from social media

BCS officers review ‘partial’ report of parliamentary committee

Staff Reporter :

Balochistan Civil Service (Executive) Officers Welfare Association thoroughly reviewed the ‘partial’ report of the parliamentary committee on Monday. The meeting reviewed what it called illegal aspects of the proposed Provincial Management Service (PMS).

Qambar Dashti, the Chief of BCS officers chaired the meeting, which discussed issues relating to the officers. Senior Member Board of Revenue, Dr. Akbar Harifal, Fateh Bhangar, a provincial secretary and others attended the meeting.

The meeting unanimously decided to apprise the provincial cabinet with regard to the illegal aspects of the parliamentary committee report. In writing, the parliamentary committee would be apprised, a statement issued by the BCS officers stated.

The proposed merger of two caders of the provincial service is a clear violation of the supreme court of Pakistan’s order. If implemented, the report of the parliamentary committee would affect governance in Balochistan, the meeting noted.

BCS officers also announced to approach the Balochistan High Court (BHC) in the case of the implementation of the committee’s report. All officers present in the meeting vowed to keep continue their struggle for good governance, merit and transparency in Balochistan.

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