New Appointments to Punjab Board: Shah Khawar Expands Membership with Notable Nominations

According to PC-B, Acting Chairman Shah Khawar has recently announced the inclusion of two prominent nominees, Mohsin Naqvi and Mustafa Ramday, as members in the Board of Governors for the oversight of the Chief Minister’s Punjab Secretariat. This move aims to enhance the diversity and expertise within the board, bringing in individuals with valuable insights and experience.

Mohsin Naqvi, a seasoned professional, and Mustafa Ramday, known for his contributions in a variety of sectors, have been selected to contribute their perspectives to the decision-making processes within the board. The nominations reflect a strategic approach to ensuring that the board benefits from a wide range of expertise, covering different domains relevant to its responsibilities.

In addition to the aforementioned appointments, Shah Khawar has expanded the board further by including Sajjad Ali Khokhar, Zafarullah Sadr Association Dera Murad Jamali, Tanveer Ahmed Sadr Association Larkana, Tariq Sarwar President Bahawalpur Association. These additions bring a diverse mix of professionals, each contributing unique perspectives and experiences to the collective governance of the Punjab Secretariat.

The decision to include representatives from various regions and professional backgrounds underscores the commitment to fostering a comprehensive and inclusive approach to governance. The expanded board is expected to play a pivotal role in steering the Chief Minister’s Punjab Secretariat towards effective decision-making and strategic planning.

This development highlights the significance of thoughtful appointments in ensuring that governing bodies represent the interests and concerns of diverse communities. By including individuals with expertise in different sectors and regions, the board is better equipped to address the multifaceted challenges and opportunities faced by the Punjab Secretariat. The move also aligns with broader efforts to promote transparency, accountability, and efficiency in the administrative processes of the region.