The Board of Secondary and Higher Education paid Rs 10.86 million to the widows/families of 17 deceased employees, along with the construction of a pillar in support of an applicant, after the mediation of the office of the Commissioner of Defense (PO).
In a statement issued here on Sunday, a spokesperson said that the Office of the Ombudsman also intervened to resolve a five-year-old family pension case of Ruqiya Bano, a widow. in Bahawalpur, to set a financial benefit of Rs 649,725.
In addition, the 14-year pending case of Yasmin Bibi has also been resolved after the participation of the Commissioner of Defense and the Police Department paid Rs 1.376 million as family pension to both sisters, said the agent.
In a similar case, the District Education Authority Toba Tek Singh paid Rs 550,000 to Hafiz Muhammad Saeed as compensation for the repair of his offices after he approached the Ombudsman for resolution a six-year case, he said.
As a result of the complaint process by the regional office, the Ministry of Agriculture gave a laser-leveling unit to Basharat Ali of Nankana Sahib and a widow named Nazran Bibi. of Sargodha received Rs 300,000 as financial assistance after a delay of 10 years.
Similarly, the Education Department (South Punjab) employed the daughter of its deceased employee, named Sobia Malik, under Rule 17-A of the Punjab Civil Service (Provisions and Conditions) Rules of Service), 1974. After the participation of the Ombudsman. Office and also paid its debt of Rs 1.442 million, he said.
In another development, the Office of the Ombudsman assisted Muhammad Umar Farooq of Faisalabad by ensuring that the Excise Department provided relief of Rs 91,025 by correctly assessing the property tax of the home of the complainant, the spokesperson added.