Muzaffarabad (PID) 07 March 2023
The Prime Minister of the Independent State of Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan has said that the Public Service Commission will be made more active and efficient and more transparency will be brought in it. 2 vehicles and staff will be provided to increase the capacity of PSC. 10 lakh rupees will be given for the post of director and contingent in PSCC. These views were expressed by Prime Minister Azad Kashmir Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan while talking to Chairman Azad Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission Air Marshal Retired Masood Akhtar and members of PSC. Chairman PSC briefed the Prime Minister about the institution. Principal Secretary along with Prime Minister Azad Kashmir Fayyaz Ali Abbasi, Secretary Services and General Administration Raja Amjad Parvez Ali Khan, Secretary Law Irshad Qureshi, Senior Additional Secretary Prime Minister Secretariat Masoodul Rehman Secretary Public Service Commission Javed Al Hasan Javed were also present on this occasion. PSC members former secretaries Sardar Muhammad Farooq Tabseem, Sardar Muhammad Nawaz Khan, Abdul Latif Shah, Rashid A Qasmi, Shahnaz Ejaz, Raja Muhammad Aslam Khan, Narjis Kazmi, Dr. Mukhtiar Ahmed were also present in the meeting. While giving a briefing to the Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir, Chairman PSC said that in 2021, a total of 600 posts and 400 people were recruited by PSC in 2022. Currently, the commission is in the process of recruiting 1000 posts. Speaking on this occasion, Prime Minister Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan said that residential houses will be provided for the commission and the services of psychiatrists will also be taken. Residential houses will be provided for the commission and the services of psychiatrists will also be taken. He said that the members of PSC are highly qualified who are not less than anyone else.
Muzaffarabad (PID) 7 March 2023
The Prime Minister of the Independent State of Jammu and Kashmir, Sardar Tanvir Ilyas Khan, has said that the government is working to provide employment in the private sector by making the youth skilled to eliminate unemployment in the independent region. UNICEF will train women and men in the private and public sectors in the region to become economically self-sufficient. UNICEF should also support us for capacity building in the public sector. Due to the ongoing economic crisis in the country, Azad Kashmir has also been affected. We wish UNICEF to attract other agencies for funding in Azad Kashmir. He expressed these views while talking to the UNICEF delegation headed by Country Representative Abdullah A. Fadel. UNICEF Country Consultant Jassim Anwar was also present in the delegation while Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister Fayyaz Ali Abbasi, Senior Additional Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Secretariat Masoodur Rehman were also present. While talking to the UNICEF delegation, Prime Minister Sardar Tanvir Ilyas Khan said that at that time the government in Azad Kashmir There is a lack of institutions for training employees and other literate youth, which UNICEF and NG Avis should collaborate with us to fulfill. He said that Azad Kashmir is facing shortage of food grains, we have to import wheat from Pakistan to meet our needs. He said that people of Azad Kashmir are knowledgeable and educated, the literacy rate is 70%. UNICEF and other organizations will provide training and the government of Azad Kashmir will fully support them. The United Nations should understand the pain of the people of Azad Kashmir and take care of their basic humanity. In the meeting, Prime Minister Sardar Tanviraliyas Khan assured full cooperation from the government of Azad Kashmir.
Speaking on this occasion, UNICEF Country Representative Abdullah A. Fadal said that two lakh children of Azad Kashmir who do not go to school, UNICEF’s focus is to bring these children to schools. UNICEF worked hard to help earthquake victims in Azad Kashmir. He said that he will fully cooperate with the government of Azad Kashmir to solve problems like health, education and employment in Azad Kashmir. I will contact representatives of the World Bank and other agencies to reconsider their strategy. He said that I will work as your ambassador in Islamabad, Azad Kashmir will work in various departments in the private sector so that the people of this region can be provided with employment opportunities along with health education. The teams of our institutions will come in the public and private sector of Azad Kashmir and will work to increase the capacity of other sectors including work plan, investment, education and health. On this occasion, the Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir was briefed by the UN agencies regarding the activities in Azad Kashmir since 1970 till now.