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Bribery revealed from mother of alleged abused girl, PM’s notice – IG News

ISLAMABAD: The Prime Minister, taking notice of the non-hearing of a complaint on the Citizen Portal, has ordered stern action against the persons concerned.

According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan took notice of the complaint of the mother of the disabled girl. The disabled girl was allegedly raped in Okara. A case of tragic incident was registered but it was revealed that the investigating officer took bribe. Was

The victim lodged a complaint on the Citizen Portal, on which the Prime Minister took notice and ordered an immediate inquiry into the matter. On the direction of the Prime Minister, the Delivery Unit directed DPO Okara to take action. Has been suspended.

The Prime Minister directed that the matter be investigated transparently, the accused be arrested and immediate legal action be taken and the Prime Minister’s Office be kept informed of the investigation.

It is to be noted that the Prime Minister of Pakistan keeps getting details of the complaints lodged on the Citizen Portal from time to time and also directs strict action against the persons concerned in case of non-hearing.

Also read: Discouragement of corruption and corruption, new category introduced on Citizen Portal

Two months ago, the Prime Minister had taken notice of the failure of the widow’s complaint on the Citizen Portal and ordered an inquiry against the Additional Deputy Commissioner Revenue Rawalpindi.

The widows had complained to the Prime Minister about the Additional Deputy Commissioner Revenue on the portal, saying that the Additional Deputy Commissioner Revenue had dismissed our complaint without taking a stand and that the Additional Deputy Commissioner Rawalpindi should put pressure on Saileen to withdraw the complaint. Is also accused.

Earlier in April, Prime Minister Imran Khan had ordered the reopening of 155,000 complaints, which were filed between July and December 2012.

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