Punjab Ombudsman Azam Suleman provides Rs. 56.4 million relief in different cases

LAHORE: Ombudsman Punjab Maj (R) Azam Suleman Khan has provided total relief of Rs.56.4 million in different cases filed by complainants of various districts. While giving details, the spokesman of the office of ombudsman Punjab explained that 25.19 Kanal state land of 33.84 million rupees has been retrieved from illegal occupants in Nankana Sahib, Hafizabad, Jhang, and DG Khan districts as a result of action initiated after the involvement of the office of ombudsman on different complaints.

Meanwhile, the spokesman added that a cumulative relief of 22.56 million rupees has also been provided to 24 different complainants of Lahore, Vehari, Multan, Sahiwal, Bahawalnagar, Sargodha, Attock, Bhakkar, Mianwali, Chakwal, Khanewal, and Rajanpur who approached the ombudsman office for receiving pensions, gratuity, financial assistance, arrears of salaries, leave encashment, payment of bills, group insurance, and CDRs. The spokesman pointed out that the ombudsman office played its role to help two widows of a deceased government employee of Bahawalnagar district to get arrears of financial assistance valuing 1.2 million from the irrigation department after a hiatus of five years. Alongside, the widow from DG Khan was also succeeded in getting group insurance for her deceased Naib Qasid husband after four years due to the intervention of the ombudsman office on her application; the spokesman mentioned and concluded that the own-motion notice of Ombudsman Punjab Maj (R) Azam Suleman Khan has resulted in the release of arrears of monthly salaries to the staff of union councils of Burewala, Mailsi and Veharialong with the timely release of their pay. PRESS RELEASE

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