DDC Islamabad suspends 9 employees
Islamabad (Anantnag), July 17: District Development Commissioner (DDC) Islamabad (Anantnag) Farooq Ahmad Shah Tuesday suspended nine employees of different departments for their “unauthorized absence” from duties.
“The DDC conducted a surprise inspection of various offices and found nine employees absent from duties after which he passed orders for their immediate suspension,” an official source said.
He said among those suspended included four officials from Tehsil office, one from ACD office, one from Project Office, DRD, one from Commercial Taxes Department and one from ARTO office.
Meanwhile, on the directions of DDC, macadamization of General Bus Stand was undertaken today. “In the first phase, half of the stretch of Bus Stand will be macadamized at a cost of Rs 35 lakh and the other part will be taken up in due course,” an official informed.
The macadamization of the Bus stand has been a long pending demand of locals who were facing huge inconvenience due to its dilapidated condition. Greater Kashmir also carried a series of reports on the issue.
“We appreciate DDC for this effort and are hopeful that the entire Bus Stand will be macadamized. At the same time proper sanitation facilities should be provided and encroachments removed,” said a group of shopkeepers.
Meanwhile, DDC, in a meeting with Municipal Council Authorities decided to himself monitor the sanitation facilities of all 12 wards of Islamabad town.
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