As speculated, the federal cabinet appointed the new president, Amir Azeem Bajwa, as the new president of the Pakistani Telecommunications Authority (PTA).
Bajwa has been appointed for a first quarter of four years, which is renewable for another four years.
The federal cabinet in the last week of December, the appointment of Great Gen (retd) Bajwa – former director general of the Special Communications Organization (SCO) as Technical Member. As seen in the past, the technical member was appointed president.
The new PTA president has a busy schedule, including the renewal of licenses from three mobile operators, implementation of telecommunications policy and implementation of the Computer Crimes Act in letter and spirit. The federal cabinet met with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday in the presidency. The body considered a summary of the Cabinet Department for appointing the PTA President from a list of three members.
Cabinet Division summarizes the federal cabinet that names the three members, including Major (retd) Amir Azeem Bajwa (Technical Member), Dr. Khawar Siddique Khokhar included the (Compliance Members) and Mohammad Naveed (submitted Finance Member).
Bajwa previously served as Director General (DG) Special Communications Organization (SCO), a telecommunications organization led military service in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJ & K) and Gilgit Baltistan.
Azeem Bajwa, HI (M), (Corps Commander of Signals) retired on November 16, 2017 Pakistan Army.