PM issues ‘Red letters’ to 27 ministries for poor performance, inability to submit reports
According to the notification given by the PM’s office, the letter was issued to the ministries due to their long delay in completing the tasks assigned.
27 ministries issued ‘red letters’ over the inability to submit reports on time in spite of PM’s instructions.
Ministries were given the time until September 9 to submit information and to submit a compliance report on the matter to the premier
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday had issued “red letters” to 27 ministries over their failure to submit several reports on time despite the PM’s order.
According to the notification given by the PM’s office, the letter was issued to the ministries due to their long delay in completing the tasks assigned under the instructions of the Prime Minister.
The red letter that was issued to one of the ministries, a copy of which obtained by a source. The copy contains different tasks that were signed to them.
Tasks were as follows:
- Provision of the list of positions lying vacant at all levels for framing or update of recruitment rules
- Provision of the list of positions lying vacant at all levels that could be re-designated, rationalized or deleted
- Provision of the list of officers/officials (all type of ex-cadres) eligible for promotion not being promoted due to various reasons
- Timely disposal of all disciplinary proceedings initiated against government employees that are lying pending for more than three months
- Provision of data on a prescribed format regarding record/files to be archived, machinery, vehicles, equipment to be condemned and disposed-off as per the approved procedure
Initially, a “yellow letter” was issued on August 27 to remind the ministries that half the time that was given to them to complete their task is over.
In March, the PMO said that Prime Minister Imran would lead a quarterly audit of the considerable number of services and bureau divisions of the legislature, for which a notice was sent to every single government secretary.