LAHORE: How result of action taken by the Authority of Ombudsman of Punjab on Applications of several plaintiffs, the Punjab Charitable Trust in Lahore paid a long pending payment of Rs 96,000 to Muhammad Naeem and Rs 0.17 million to Umar Daraz Khan. of Multan, 0.112 million rupees Munavaru Yasmin of Lahore, Rs 0.27 million to Syed Ulfat Hussain Shah of Gujrat and Rs 28,000 to Safdar Hussain Khan of Sargodha.
These amounts were paid in the form of an education scholarship, as well as allowances for weddings and funerals, the spokesman said. for office of ombudsman in statement issued on Thursday.
He noted that channel 4.9 of government land was seized by the tehsil administration from squatters in Kamaliya area of Toba Tek Singh s market value of 44.5 million rubles. Action was taken on a complaint of one Abdul Hasib.
Meanwhile, the regional ombudsman office in Lahore stood up for ensure that the local government The Department paid Rs 0.68 million to complainant Wajid Ahmad, Spokesperson added.
Similarly, the Road Administration in Pakpattan paid pension contributions worth The heirs got 6.66 million rupees. of dead employee after participating of Sahiwal office. On a separate application from the Multan Development Authority, Multan allocated an alternative site of 15 gauze. worth Rs 5.36 million to Iqbal Hussain Shah of Khaneval, the spokesman said.
Ombudsman office also indirectly ensure that the Ministry of Labor paid Rs 0.1 million to Mukhtar Ahmad as a marriage allowance. of Lahore and Mohammed Zaman Hussein of Sialkot hired as sanitation worker in district council under rule 17-A of civil servants of the Punjab (appointment and conditions of Employment) Rules, 1974, added representative.