Payment of profit on GP Fund ordered

 Provincial Ombudsman Khalid Mehmood has ordered payment of the profit on the amounts of the GP blind of government employees for the period they remain in the national exchequer.He directed Accountant General Punjab and Punjab government to issue clear directions to District Accounts Officers to make payments to the government employees including the profit of that period in case of delay in payment so that District Accounts offices should not

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No taxes on registration of rickshaws

Punjab Ombudsman Khalid Mahmood has declared collection of income tax and professional tax for registration of rickshaws as illegal and ordered the excise & taxation department to immediately stop the practice. He ordered the excise secretary to initiate an inquiry for fixing responsibility upon the officers who had collected the income tax and professional tax illegally during registration of rickshaws since 2007, says a press re-lease issued

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Insurance agreement amended

 On the order of Pun-jab Ombudsman Khalid Mehmood, amendment has been made in the agreement for group insurance of government employees between the Punjab government and State Life Insurance Corporation under which the amount of group insurance would be paid again to the heirs of the government employees who died after reaching superannuation on medical ground.After the orders of Ombudsman Punjab, payments of more than Rs.180 million have also

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Summer vacation salary for private institutes’ teachers

 Punjab Ombudsman Khalid Mehmood has ordered payment of salary to teachers serving in private education institutions for the period of summer vacation and salary above the minimum level of wages fixed by the government for labourers.He issued the order on the application of Ms Um-ul-Baneen, a resident of Wahdat Road, Lahore, a handout issued here on Wednesday said.In the order, the ombudsman said the owners of some of the private institutions had,

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Living allowance for Pensioners ordered

 The Punjab Ombudsman ordered on Friday to restore living allowance of those 116,379 pensioners of the Punjab government who had not chosen for Revised Pay Scales in 2001and immediately issue notification regarding re-fixation of pension by including the cost of living allowance seven percent of basic pay. The provincial Ombudsman issued orders for restoration of living allowance of retired employees from grade 1 to 22 on the complaint of a

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