Six senior bureaucrats transferred

ISLAMABAD – The federal government has transferred six grade-20 officers of the Pakistan Audit and Accounts Service and assigned them new assignments. 

 According to notifications issued by the Establishment Division, “Muhammad Aasaf Khan, a grade-20 officer of Pakistan Audit and Accounts Service, presently posted as Chief Finance and Accounts Officer (CF&AO) National Food Security & Research Division, is assigned additional charge of the post CF&AO, Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Division, for a period of three months or till appointment of a regular incumbent, whichever is earlier, with immediate effect and until further orders.”

 Muhammad Jan, a grade-20 officer of Pakistan Audit and Accounts Service, previously posted as CF&AO Railways Division, has been assigned additional charge of the post of CF&AO, Communication Division for a period of three months or till the appointment of a regular incumbent. Muhammad Yahya, a grade-20 officer of Pakistan Audit and Accounts Service Chief Finance and Accounts Officer Parliamentary Affairs Division was transferred and posted as CF&AO Economic Affairs Division for a period of three months or till the appointment of regular incumbent.  

 Kamran Rashid, a grade-20 officer of Pakistan Audit and Accounts Service, presently posted as Director General (Accounts), Officer of the Controller General of Accounts, Islamabad, was transferred and posted as Finance Adviser, Finance Division, Ministry of Finance wing Rawalpindi.  Zamir Ahmed, a grade-20 officer of Pakistan Audit and Accounts Service Chief Finance and Account Officer Religious Affairs Division has been transferred and posted as CF&AO Establishment Division for a period of three months.

Jamal Tayyab, a grade-19 Officer of Secretariat Group, has been transferred from the office of Deputy Secretary, Power Division and posted as Deputy Secretary Narcotics Control Division.

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