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Minor penalty imposed on Customs Inspector Akram

Minor penalty imposed on Customs Inspector Akram

FAISALABAD: Wajid Zaman, a Pakistani Second Secretary Officer, has punished Inspector Akram by imposing a minor penalty of inefficiency and issued a notification No: 1833-C-III/2017.

Disciplinary proceedings under the Government Servants Efficiency and Discipline Rules 1973 were initiated against the officer presently posted as Inspector at the Model Customs Collectorate Faisalabad vide charge-sheet dated 03-08-2016 Pirzada Muhammad Omar Qasmi, Deputy Collector Faisalabad, now Deputy Collector MCC Preventive Lahore.

Omar Qasmi, Deputy Collector (BS-18), was appointed as Inquiry Officer to conduct an inquiry into various acts of omission and commission committed by the accused officer constituting inefficiency and misconduct.

According to the inquiry report, the charges of inefficiency and misconduct were established against the accused officer. A show cause notice dated 31-03-2017 was issued to the accused officer and he was also called for personal hearing by the authorized officer on 30-05-2017.

After considering the charges framed in the charge-sheet inquiry report of personal hearing and other available record, the accused officer was found guilty of inefficiency under rule 3(a) of the Government Servants Efficiency and Discipline Rules 1973.

The authorized officer has therefore imposed a minor penalty of withholding of four increments without cumulative effect upon inspector Muhammad Akram falling on 1st of December 2017 under rule 4(1)(a)(ii) of the Government Servants Efficiency and Discipline Rules 1973.

His period of suspension from 25-07-2016 till his provisionally reinstatement of service with immediate effect shall be treated as a leave admissible under the rules.