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ISLAMABAD: A high-powered promotions board chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan approved the promotion of at least 25 officers of various groups to grade 22.
According to details, the board has approved the promotion of 10 officers of the Administrative Service, four officers of the Foreign Service, three officers of the Audit and Accounts Group, two each of the Police Service of Pakistan and Income Tax Group, one each of the Customs, Commerce and Trade and Military Land Groups and two officers of the Postal Services.
Those who have been promoted to grade 22 are Mathar Niaz Rana, Akhtar Nazir Warraich, Mohsin Chandana, Captain Munir Azam, Ismat Tahira, Khaqan Babar, Dr Tanvir Qureshi, Saleha Farooqui and Balochistan Chief Secretary Faisal Asghar. Also, the board has approved promotion of FIA DG Wajid Zia and National Highways and Motorways Police IG Kaleem Imam to grade 22.
The Establishment Division will notify the promotions soon. Those promoted will be appointed to key posts.
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