KARACHI: On completion of Common Training Programme (CTP), as many as five Assistant Collector Probationers (BS-17) of Pakistan Customs Service (40th CTP), have relinquished their charge at Civil Service Academy, Lahore.
These Assistant Collectors include Arma, Hassan, Umair Mahmood Siddiqui, Muhammad Faizan Badar, Mohammad Asim Awan and Syed Mohammad Raza Naqvi.
However, the above order does not confer upon them any right/claim for inter se-seniority.
Their inter se-seniority will be fixed after FPOEs as per Occupational Groups & Services (Seniority, Probation & Training) Rules, 1990.
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