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Monday, November09, 2009


LAHORE, Nov 8: The PCS officers all over the country formed a federation on Sunday to safeguard their interests.
According to a press release issued here by the Punjab PCS Officers Welfare Association on Sunday, the ‘Federation of All Pakistan PCS Officers Welfare Associations’ was formed in Islamabad at a meeting attended by officers from all over the country.

Kohat Commissioner Khalid Khan Umarzai was elected president of the new body. Other office-bearers included official’s name deputy secretary, schools education (Punjab), Manzoor Nasir, (secretary general), Small Industries Board (NWFP) Managing Director Dr Akhtar Hussain Shah (finance secretary), PMU Hyderabad (Sindh) Regional Director Tamiuddin Khero (joint secretary) and HSRP (Punjab) Deputy Director Muhammad Zaman Wattoo (information secretary).

The federation vice-presidents included Prosecution Department, Balochistan, Secretary Naseebullah Bazai, Peshawar DCO, NWFP, Sahibzada Muhammad Anees, Rural Development, Sindh, Secretary Abdul Malik Ghauri, and Director Industries, Punjab, Tariq Javed Malik.

The executive committee comprised Sarwar Javed, Dr Umar Babar, Nasim Lehri, (Balochistan), Parvez Ahmad Seehar, Dr Riaz Ahmad Siddiqui, (Sindh), Liaquat Ali Chatha, Rana Zahid Sharif (Punjab) Zafar Iqbal and Raja Muhammad Sa’ad (NWFP).

The meeting discussed problems being faced by the PCS officers in all the four provinces and observed with dismay that were being denied their legitimate rights. More than 3,000 officers of provincial services were given only 35% posts in grade 21, while only 800 officers of DMG, who were federal employees, were enjoying 65 per cent share in the provinces, the meeting was told. More than 3,000 officers of provincial services did not have the right to be promoted to grade 22.

Unanimously adopting a resolution, the meeting demanded the federal government should take cognisance of ‘injustices’ being done to the PCS officers and equitably regulate the postings of federal officers in the provinces.

The resolution urged the federal government to allocate seat quota for provincial services officers proportionate to their cadre strength. The number of seats in trainings in the National Management College and NIPA should be increased so that the vacant posts of quota could be filled by the PCS officers, it said.

Currently, these posts of PCS quota were under occupation of DMG officers in excess of their quota. The policies and rules ‘aimed at depriving the PCS officers of their legitimate rights’ should immediately be withdrawn, the resolution demanded.

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first of all thanx predator for posting this.

well it is really a good and effective move by the PCS officers. And with the formation of this association they will be in the position to gain their due rights.

Khalid khan umarzi is no doubt an active man not only in the managemnent side but in other socail activities also.

we hope that with this association we will be able to get our rights.
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LAHORE, Jan 22: Suffering for decades under the hegemony of the CSP cadre, the plight of PCS officers has at least been noticed at the Punjab Assembly as the law minister admits unfair treatment is being meted out to the provincial-cadre officers.

“There is no PCS officer working in Grade-21 or -22 in the province,” said Rana Sanaullah Khan, admitting it is injustice with the cadre that requires some tangible measures to offset its impact.

He was responding to a supplementary query when written questions about the Services and General Administration Department (S&GAD) were being answered in the House on Friday.

Claiming that promotions of the PCS cadre were not adversely affected because of the CSPs, the minister told the house that 468 PCS officers of Grade-17 and 49 of Grade-18 were serving under the S&GAD. He said 41 CSP officers were currently working against 72 posts of Grade-17 in the province.

PCS officers have been complaining of delayed promotions, postings at insignificant positions and sidelining in the new proposed district government setup. The chief secretary promised to redress their grievances when their association threatened to observe a week-long strike from Jan 3 to 10.

Responding to a question by PPP’s Syed Hasan Murtaza, the minister admitted that using his discretionary powers the chief minister had allotted houses to officers out of turn.

He also stated that the government had cancelled 270 ‘illegal’ allotments after perusing the out-of-turn allotments done by the PML-Q during is five-year stint in power. Mr Murtaza saw it an injustice to the government employees if the present government was repeating irregularities of the Q-League.

Critical of the officialdom, he demanded moulding the ‘stiff-necked’ bureaucrats. He wondered that the officers, who never bothered about merit while giving illegal favours to their own offspring, talked of merit when some due benefit was offered to the low-paid officials.

Rana Sana agreed to cancel all out-of-turn allotments if the house developed a consensus on it, but it did not placate the PPP legislator who again took the floor only to be reprimanded by Speaker Rana Muhammad Iqbal for over-reacting on the issue. Irritated, he left the house pledging never to turn up again.

However, his colleagues brought him back on the request of the chair which, interestingly, gave him a free hand to speak his mind.

Taking the advantage, he took to task the District Management Group (DMG), alleging they did not respect the elected representatives.
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Default Promotion of PCS officers

IT was interesting to read two letters “Revival of DMG” and “Injustices against PCS Officers” (Feb 7) regarding our bureaucratic and administrative system which has long been dominated by CSP/DMG.
Some days ago, when asked in a forum about the contribution made by the Provincial Civil Service towards good governance, a representative of PCS officers made an apt remark that it was DMG who exclusively remained at the helm of administrative affairs throughout the history of Pakistan. It was DMG which was to be asked as to why it failed to bring about good governance in the country.

Fair play is the sheet-anchor of good governance. But unfortunately, DMG has never meted out justice and fair play to provincial services. After the promulgation of the 1973 Constitution, which guarantees provincial autonomy, the DMG role should have been minimised and provincial services should have been strengthened.

However, unfortunately, the stranglehold of CSP/DMG tightened and the provincial services were totally marginalised. Things have come to such a sorry pass that currently not even a single provincial secretary and not even a single commissioner is from PCS.

It is interesting to note that DMG has got a quota allocated which is twice its numerical strength in the provinces. It is strange indeed that 134 DMG officers in grade 18 should have 300 grade 18 seats in the provinces.

This strong quota gives them room to concentrate on Punjab. There are few DMG officers in Balochistan and the NWFP where their presence is more needed to strengthen the federation.

Since policy-making positions are occupied by DMG officers in Punjab; therefore, they have made such rules and taken administrative actions that have resulted in denial of promotions to PCS officers.

For example, it is S&GAD of Punjab and Establishment Division of the Federal Government which has to arrange for the training of PCS officers for promotion to grade 20. But, PCS officers are rarely sent for NIPA training. The result is that even the minimal quota of PCS in grade 20 remains unfilled and is occupied by the DMG.

It is need of the hour that a neutral body like Punjab Pubic Service Commission, headed and manned by retired High Court judges and army generals of good repute, be entrusted with promotion matters of the downtrodden class of PCS
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Default Injustice to the PCS officers

THIS is apropos of Munzoor Nasir’s letter “Injustice Against PCS Officers”(Feb 8). The writer has excellently pointed out the grievances of the elite service of the province of Punjab.
Unfortunately, PCS officers are facing the worst type of discrimination in terms of their service structure, postings and promotions. They have to serve at least 17 years in Grade 17. On the other hand, their class-fellows in District Management Group (DMG) are promoted to Grade 20 within the same period. It is just with a stroke of luck that one falls in DMG while others qualify for the competitive examination held by the Punjab Public Service Commission. It is strange that the constitution of Pakistan has provided sufficient provincial autonomy to the federating units and fully empowers the provinces to handle the general administration and law and order-related issues.

However, the federating units of Pakistan are being denied the given provincial autonomy in the Constitution and the Centre is handling their administrative affairs through the federal services. It is interesting to point out that the federal service is running the show in provinces and its nomenclature, i.e. DMG is against the spirit of the Constitution.

Districts are the administrative units of provinces and they must be run by provincial administrative services rather than by federal services. Federal services may run the affairs of the centre and leave the provinces to manage their affairs independently.

I appeal to the chief minister of Punjab to implement the resolution of the Punjab Assembly unanimously passed in 1986 regarding curtailing the number of DMG officers in Punjab and take concrete steps to eradicate the injustice and biased attitude towards PCS officers in the province.
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(DAWN)LAHORE, Feb 19: The Federation of All Pakistan PCS Officers Associations on Friday threatened a countrywide strike provided the grievances of its members in Punjab were not redressed by March 10.

The announcement to this effect was made by association president Muhammad Khalid Khan Umerzai, who is Kohat commissioner, and Punjab PCS Officers Association President Rai Manzoor Nasir at a news conference here at the Lahore Press Club.

Mr Umerzai also thanked the Punjab chief minister, the law minister and the provincial assembly for constituting a committee for giving recommendations regarding the resolution of PCS officers’ problems by March 10. And if the committee failed to do the needful, the PCS officers all over the country would go on a strike, he said.

He said discrimination against PCS officers should be ended in Punjab, and they should be given their due share in promotions and postings. The DMG officers had turned Punjab into their personal fiefdom at the cost of the PCS officers, he said.

He said the situation in the NWFP was different. Out of seven commissioners six belonged to the PCS whereas there was none in Punjab. Out of 24 administrative secretaries in the NWFP, 16 belonged to the PCS whereas there was none among 42 secretaries in Punjab. Out of seven political agents, six belonged to the PCS, he said.

He said unlike in Punjab, there was no mandatory stay in grades for the NWFP PCS officers. Punjab had also been ignoring training which it had made mandatory for all its PCS officers’ promotion to the next higher grades.

Rai Manzoor Nasir claimed that the posting of DMG officers in the province was unconstitutional. In fact, the federal government was controlling provinces through DMG officers, he alleged.

Giving a detail of the PCS-DMG officers’ tussle, he said a Punjab Assembly committee had in 1986 specified 75 per cent and 50 per cent job quota for PCS officers in BS-19, and BS-20 and 21. But, he regretted, this formula could not be implemented. Later, the DMG officers hoodwinked then caretaker prime minister Moeen Qureshi into giving another formula in 1993. This formula stipulated all BS-22 seats for DMG officers, fixing 65 per cent and 60 per cent seats for them in BS-20 and 21, respectively.
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Sixteen PCS (Provincial Civil Services) officers in the four provinces filed in the Supreme Court on Saturday petitions seeking appointment of officers of their service in place of District Management Group employees on all administrative posts under provincial governments.
Advocate Akram Sheikh, who had earlier challenged the promotion of 54 civil servants to grade-22, is representing the PCS officers from Punjab, Sindh, NWFP and Balochistan. The petitioners requested the court to declare the Civil Service of Pakistan (Composition and Cadre) Rules, 1954, and Sharing Formula of 1993 as illegal and unsustainable.

They contended that most of the members of the Provincial Selection Board (PSB) had which promoted them were DMG officers and there was no representation of the PCS.

The petitioners requested the apex court to annul the creation of DMG under SRO 2/2/74 ARC of Feb 23, 1974, by declaring it to be against Article 240 (appointments to service of Pakistan and conditions of service) of the Constitution.

The problems of PCS officers, they pleaded, were compounded when the Punjab Provincial Management Services (PMS) Rules providing mandatory training for promotion to grade 18 to 21 were promulgated on Jan 17, 2004.

The petitioners said that the management of training courses and selection of officers were with the powerful DMGs. “Hundreds of officers who are mature for being considered for promotion are sidelined in the guise of the rules and not promoted despite availability of posts in higher grades,” they said, adding that since the option of getting training was not in the hands of PCS officers, most of the 1996 batch of PCS officers were yet to get training. “It is a lapse on the part of S&GAD, Punjab, being ruled by DMG officers, but PCS officers suffer. The only training institution in the province -Management and Professional Development Department -- in Lahore runs only one course for about 2030 officers per year. The officers will have to wait endlessly for promotion. At the present pace, the PCS batch of 2009-10 will have to wait for this training till 2027 or even later,” the petitioners said.

PCS officers from Punjab requested the apex court to direct the Punjab government to immediately arrange promotion of officers who had been denied the opportunity for no fault of theirs. The promotion, they said, would bring these officers at least on a par with PCS officers of other provinces.

The petitioners also sought compensation for financial loss, loss of seniority and other privileges of higher posts.

They said the Provincial Management Services Rules, which provided for compulsory waiting period in BS 18, 19 and 20 for promotion to BS 19, 20 and 21, should be declared as ultra vires of Section 8 of the Punjab Civil Servant Act, 1974, and also discriminatory and ‘Punjab-specific’ and made with mala fide intention.

They said: “The Punjab government should be directed to arrange training of PCS officers when they reach the promotion zone and in case the government fails to do so, the affected officers be deemed to have been exempted from such training and considered for promotion to higher posts.

“The officers of all batches up to 2004 should also be exempted from mandatory training because prior to June 2004, pre-promotion training was not mandated.”

islamabad, feb 20: sixteen pcs (provincial civil services) officers in the four provinces filed in the supreme court on saturday petitions seeking appoint- ment of officers of their serv- ice in place of district management group employ- ees on all administrative posts under provincial govern- ments. advocate akram sheikh, who had earlier challenged the promotion of 54 civil serv- ants to grade-22, is represent- ing the pcs officers from punjab, sindh, nwfp and balochistan. the petitioners requested the court to declare the civil service of pakistan (composition and cadre) rules, 1954, and sharing formula of 1993 as illegal and unsustainable. they contended that most of the members of the provincial selection board (psb) had which promoted them were dmg officers and there was no representation of the pcs. the petitioners requested the apex court to annul the creation of dmg under sro 2/2/74 arc of feb 23, 1974, by declaring it to be against article 240 (appointments to service of pakistan and condi- tions of service) of the constitution. the problems of pcs offi- cers, they pleaded, were com- pounded when the punjab provincial management ser- vices (pms) rules providing mandatory training for pro- motion to grade 18 to 21 were promulgated on jan 17, 2004. the petitioners said that the management of training courses and selection of offi- cers were with the powerful dmgs. “hundreds of officers who are mature for being con- sidered for promotion are sidelined in the guise of the rules and not promoted de- spite availability of posts in higher grades,” they said, add- ing that since the option of getting training was not in the hands of pcs officers, most of the 1996 batch of pcs officers were yet to get training. “it is a lapse on the part of s&gad, punjab, being ruled by dmg officers, but pcs officers suf- fer. the only training institu- tion in the province -- management and professional development department -- in lahore runs only one course for about 20- 30 officers per year. the offi- cers will have to wait endless- ly for promotion. at the pres- ent pace, the pcs batch of 2009-10 will have to wait for this training till 2027 or even later,” the petitioners said. pcs officers from punjab requested the apex court to direct the punjab government to immediately arrange pro- motion of officers who had been denied the opportunity for no fault of theirs. the pro- motion, they said, would bring these officers at least on a par with pcs officers of other provinces. the petitioners also sought compensation for financial loss, loss of seniority and oth- er privileges of higher posts. they said the provincial management services rules, which provided for compulso- ry waiting period in bs 18, 19 and 20 for promotion to bs 19, 20 and 21, should be declared as ultra vires of section 8 of the punjab civil servant act, 1974, and also discriminatory and ‘punjab-specific’ and made with mala fide intention. they said: “the punjab government should be direc- ted to arrange training of pcs officers when they reach the promotion zone and in case the government fails to do so, the affected officers be deemed to have been exemp- ted from such training and considered for promotion to higher posts. “the officers of all batches up to 2004 should also be ex- empted from mandatory training because prior to june 2004, pre-promotion training was not mandated.”
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LAHORE: Around 50,000 new recruits will be inducted over the next five years to fill vacancies in the Punjab police, including Lahore, and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has released funds for the recruitment of 6,000 officials during the upcoming year 2010-11, sources told Daily Times on Tuesday. Additional Inspector General (Welfare & Finance) Aftab Sultan has forwarded a summary to the CM citing a shortage of police personnel in Punjab. “I sent a summary to the Punjab government, which has been approved by the CM. Funds have been issued for the recruitment of 6,000 officials during 2010-11. During the process it will also be decided if a double-shift system should be started or not,” Sultan told Daily Times. According to sources, Sultan wrote in the summary that crimes were increasing and the law and order situation was becoming a major problem. This, he writes, necessitates the recruitment of 50,000 officials, including constables, drivers, and assistant sub-inspectors. Sources added that the recruitment of 15,000 officials had been approved for five major districts of Punjab, including Lahore, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Multan and Rawalpindi, while the remaining 35,000 recruitments would be made in other districts. They said the recruitment process would be completed over at least five years. During this period, inspectors and deputy superintendents of police (DSPs) would also be promoted. Moreover, the recruitments would be carried out in phases as training institutes and other resources to train 50,000 personnel were unavailable and the Punjab government could not issue enough funds. In a conference, all regional police officers (RPOs) were informed about the approval of the summary and directed to send reports about staff shortage to the Punjab central police office (CPO) so the recruitment process could begin.

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I salute my comrade Rai Manzoor, President PCS Welfare Association for his undaunted efforts for the cause of the community. Keep it up sir, We are with you.
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Default Disgruntled PCS officers to observe strike

LAHORE, June 22: The PCS Officers Association’s executive committee has announced observing a strike to protest against what it said “the DMG’s reluctance to accept association’s demands”.
However, the date for the strike will be given after ratification of the decision by the association’s general body on Saturday.

The announcement to this effect was made by association president Rai Manzoor Nasir at a news confer ence held after the meeting at a local hotel on Tuesday. He said the decision to go on a strike was taken after what he said failure of talks with DMG officers which spread over weeks.

“The DMG officers have refused to accommodate even our legitimate demands. And we are now going on a province-wide strike,” he said.

He said the Punjab Civil Secretariat and district offices would remain closed during the strike, and all the 1,200 provincial officers would assemble in Lahore.

Rai Nasir alleged that the DMG officers were engaging the provincial officers in talks with the intention of wearing them out. He said even under the illegal and unconstitutional seat-sharing formula of 1993, which the DMG officers themselves claimed legal, the share of the provincial services was not being given to them. The result was that promotion of more than 600 provincial officers had been blocked.

He said the DMG officers were surrounding the chief minister so that the voice of the provincial officers did not reach him. All the important posts of the province had been captured by the DMG.

Out of 43 administrative secretaries, only three were from provincial services. Out of 11 members of the Board of Revenue, only one was from the PCS cadre. There was no PCS commissioner. Out of 36 DCOs, only 12 were from the PCS. The GOR-I has been kept out of bounds for the provincial officers. The DMG officers were devouring provincial resources, he alleged.

He said 518 posts in BS-18 and above had been identified for inclusion in the general cadre pool. The existence of the posts was proved by production of budget books of districts and various development authorities and newly-created departments along with their service rules.

However, the DMG officers were not ready to listen because they were occupying the posts of the provincial officers’ share and were party in the matter, he alleged. He said as many 88 officers of PCS, PSS and PMS attended the meeting.

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