Govt removes Latif Khosa from IT ministry

The government has taken back the charge of IT ministry from Latif Khosa.

Express July 19, 2010

ISLAMABAD: The government has taken back the charge of IT ministry from Latif Khosa.

Former attorney general Latif Khosa was accused of misusing his authority. The cabinet division after reviewing the situation, decided to remove him from the post.

However, Khosa will continue working as advisor to the Prime Minister.

The cabinet division has issued notification of Khosa's removal from the office.


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Insider | 10 years ago | Reply The bureaucracy won. What is the good reason of appointing Secretary IT, Joint Secretary IT admin and Joint Secretary Development all Rtd army (Signal group) men. All of them were together in the army. It is a shame for the nation of Pakistan that they have no civilian for IT Ministry after destroying every department and Organization these retired army Col and Gen are now given the charge to destroy the IT Sector. What is their contribution for IT. The executive directors snacked by the Minister were the most corrupt and non IT professionals. There are only baseless roamers against the IT Advisor. What corruption he have done in five months, he is only trying to utilized the IT for the public services. We all know that IT has no share in providing services to the Citizens, the projects were to favour the big IT companies which all failed and no services for the Citizen. Do Retd Col Secretary IT would like to tell the Nation what is his achievement in the last two years in the Ministry of IT. He is not answerable to any of you. After his retirement he is enjoying full benefits of a Secretary and what is his qualification. Under his kingdom the IT Professionals are working as slaves. Do they have IT Cadre, job security, medical facilities or any reason to work for IT. Why should Secretary IT care, he is enjoying every facility after his retirement from army this country is for army and bureaucracy to suck the blood out of the veins of bloody civilian. PM should reconsider his decision and give some time to the Mr. Latif Khosa, let him do some cleanup.
mehr | 10 years ago | Reply wow u guys are such haters! leave the man alone! hes always served the right cause! and u have no right to judge there are always two sides to a story!
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