The federal government has decided that it will not deduct 5 percent of employees’ salaries using official accommodation in Islamabad.
This development was announced by the Prime Minister’s Advisor on Capital Development Authority (CDA) Issues Ali Awan.
He said the decision would be implemented with the next fiscal year.
Government Will Not Deduct 5 % Salary of Employees Living in Allotted Homes
Our government has made the decision because we do not believe that the amounts deducted are used correctly in the adjustments, he said.
Mr. Awan, who is a Islamabad NAM, said Finance Minister Asad Umar, who is also the capital’s NAM, has decided to relieve government workers and restore the homes being repaired. assigned instead of searching for CDA and the Real Estate Office.
Mr Awan said the finance minister, Asad Umar, had decided to deduct the salaries of federal employees, as he believed that the amount was not being used correctly. Instead, employees will recover their dedicated homes without government assistance.
The minister declared the deduction as Haram and said that the finance minister had approved a decision against him during the PMLN government.
He added that the monthly salary of 5 percent of federal employees was deducted from renewal, but previous governments did not keep the promise.
He said the government had no right to deduct employees’ salaries, as it did not even provide the funds to change crane and other minor works.
Mr. Umar said there were about 19,000 government houses and 1500 homes in Islamabad.
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