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KP CM approves special allowance for Prosecution Department officers

KP CM approves special allowance for Prosecution Department officers

KP Chief Minister Pervaiz Khattak. - A file photo

January 12, 2018

PESAHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervaiz Khattak has approved special allowance for the officers of the Prosecution Department.

According to an official statement, a summary about the provision of prosecution special allowance and making the existing one as per the market rate/equivalent to the employees of other provinces, was moved to the chief minister through Finance Department wherein request was made for the provision of the allowance. The regional director will get Rs50,000, senior public prosecutors Rs35,000, deputy public prosecutors Rs25,000 and assistant public prosecutors Rs20,000.

Earlier, the Prosecution Department of KP was paid the allowance with very low rate as compared to the officers of other provinces. The KP chief secretary and home secretary played an important role in approval of the special allowance.

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