KARACHI - Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) has constituted a committee to recommend changes and amendments to the payroll data of the KMC employees.

Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar had approved constitution of the committee.

The committee will be headed by a senior director finance & accounts and its members will be a senior director HRM, director welfare, director internal audit, director budget, additional director accounts and law adviser whereas director payroll will be the secretary.

The committee would ensure the incorporation of all security measures in case of amendments to any data relating to KMC employees and would submit its recommendations to the finance and accounts department for implementation of any such change in the data.

The supplementary bills will also be submitted to the committee.

Vintage & Classic Car Club founder meets Waseem

Meanwhile, Founding President of Vintage & Classic Car Club of Pakistan Mohsin Ikram called on Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar here at his office on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, the mayor said that participants of the 8th Vintage & Classic Car Rally would be warmly welcomed on their arrival in Karachi on December 1.

“Such inter-provincial events help promote national unity among people besides providing plenty of information to the enthusiasts about old and vintage automobile sector,” he added.

City Council’s Sports Committee Chairman Aijaz Ahmed Khan, CSR Director Saif Abbas and other officers were also present on the occasion.

The 8th annual vintage and classic car rally from Khyber to Karachi 2017 had kicked off on November 24 from Khyber Rifle Mess Landi Kotal, and would reach Karachi on December 1 via Islamabad, Lahore, Bahawalpur, Sukkur.

Cars like Rolls Royce, Cadillac, Ferrari, Porsche, Mustang, Mercedes of old models are included in the rally.

Under the programme, a big motor show will be held in Karachi on 2nd and 3rd December in which new and old models of cars, bikes, jeeps and other vehicles would be on display to attract a crowd of about 15,000 people.

Ikram said The Vintage & Classic Car Club (VCCCP) had been founded in 1986 to quench the thirst of those who shared their passion for collecting, restoring and driving vintage and classic cars.

The main objective of the club is to provide a common platform for classic car enthusiasts in Pakistan for the pursuit of their passion.

The club has organised various motoring & social events for its members. Such events have created awareness and encouraged those who are lucky enough to have an old family vehicle lying in the backyard or in a garage waiting to get back on the roads.

The club also intends to prove its merits as a group of responsible citizens of this country by helping various organisations through raising funds for them by holding various events like a car rallies, road and car shows.  The club also plans to hold events in other countries to promote friendship and peace.

Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar said that KMC would put on display its oldest fire tender, dating back to 1912, in the motor show and would also build a museum of old and vintage cars in Karachi in coordination with the corporate sector to showcase the classic cars and other vehicles.