FAISALABAD

MNA Afzal Khan has been unanimously elected as chairman of the Faisalabad Waste Management Company by its Board of Directors during a meeting at the DCO Office.

Minister of State for Water & Power Abid Sher Ali had proposed the name of Rana Muhammad Afzal for the chairmanship. Later, the new chairman presided over the meeting of WMC Board of Directors in which the Focal Person/DCO Najam Ahmad Shah explained the aims and objects of the company and informed the participants that the company has been constituted under the public-private partnership.

The meeting discussed the financial and administrative issues of the company and decided to immediately prepare the budget of the company and get its approval from the Punjab government. The Board of Directors thoroughly debated on the organisational set-up of the company and decided to fix the administrative powers of the chairman and the secretary of the company. It also evolved a strategy for the recruitment procedure. The meeting further decided to engage the services of a consultant.

The chairman thanked the federal minister and the directors for his nomination as chairman and pledged to do the best for urban development and improvement in living standard of the citizens. He said that the Faisalabad Waste Management Company was formed under vision of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif.

The minister congratulated him on becoming the chairman and assured his full support to him and his team. He expressed confidence that after running the WMC under the public-private partnership, it would not only produce better results but also considerably improve the service and delivery system.