Sukhera made information secy

ISLAMABAD -  The federal government has appointed Sardar Ahmed Nawaz Sukhera as permanent secretary information. According to Establishment Division notification, Sukhera, a BS-22 officer of the Pakistan Administrative Service, presently posted as Secretary Privatisation Commission, is ...

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