MCC Port Qasim redistribute work among officers/officials
KARACHI: Collector MCC Port Qasim Chaudry Javaid has notified transfers and postings of Deputy-Assistant Collectors and Principal Appraisers within the Collectorate. [the_ad id="31605"]Accordingly, Deputy Collector Amjad Hussain Rajpar is moved from Group-VI, One Customs (Proc/Exam), Bulk (Proc/Exam), Adjudication (AC/DC) level and ADRC to Headquarters/Admin/MIS/User IDs, Revenue Analysis, Refund, CIU, Group-IV and Adjudication (AC/DC) level. An official said, it was a very good decision as Rajpar is a very experienced officer and has served efficiently in various capacities including Examination and Intelligence. Assistant Collector Malik Muhammad Ahmed is moved from Group-I&II, Bank Guarantee and FTA Cell to Group-VI, One Customs (Proc/Exam), Bulk (proc/Exam) and ADRC. Assistant Collector Mustafa Zamir is moved from Headquarters/Admin/MIS/User IDs, Revenue Analysis and Group-IV to Law-I (court cases), FTO Cell, DR in Appellate Tribunal, Bank Guarantee, FTA Cell and Recovery Cell. Accordingly, Aziz Sarwar is moved from Group-IV, Audit (internal & external) and FTA cell to Group-III, Audit (internal & external) and FTA cell. Khalid Umar is moved from Group-VII/III and Bank Guarantee Cell to Group-VII/IV and Bank Guarantee Cell. It may be mentioned here the incumbent Chief Collector Appraisement South Surayya Ahmed Butt has liberalized the affairs of Collectorates and collectors are free to run the affairs in their jurisdictions unlike the previous regime wherein Chief Collector Abdul Rasheed Shaikh interfered in the affairs of MCCs and himself notified transfers and postings. Shaikh posted officials on irrelevant positions such as a fresh inductee was posted in Examination, which is a sensitive position and requires certain amount of experience and skill.