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DGI&I issues warning letters to 2 customs intelligence officers

ISLAMABAD: Directorate General of Intelligence and Investigation-Customs has issued departmental warnings to two customs intelligence officers while expressing serious concerns regarding the performance of their official duties and declaring them guilty of negligence.

According to sources, Deputy Director Headquarters Muhammad Asif has issued written warnings to customs intelligence officers Abdul Majeed and Zulfiqar Ali.

The warning letters state that they have been found disobeying departmental discipline and rules and regulations. They have demonstrated negligence and incompetence in carrying out their duties, the letter adds.

The officers had been asked to provide reasoning in written to convince the high ups in regards to their behaviour earlier which was pronounced non-satisfactory.

Furthermore it was stated that they were provided with 100 per cent allowance equal to their salaries so that they would show better performance. Despite the efforts, the said officers failed to come up to the expectations of the department, it added.

The warning letters state that their allowances have been discontinued; however, they are being given chance. If the two officers fail to show responsibility in carrying out their official duties and better performance in the future, their special allowances will be discontinued. They may face disciplinary action by the department, the letter states.

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