Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has started seeking liability from his Ministers, as his office has issued a “red letter” to 27 Ministers over their defeat in submitting reports. 

It is for the first time that Pakistani Ministers have been sent “red letters” by the PM’s Office, which is a sort of final warning to them to act accordingly, reported source. 

The “red letter” also meant to show PM Khan’s displeasure towards the working of the Ministry.

According to the notice from Prime Minister’s Office, the “red letter” was issued on the account of critical delay in completion of the complex task assigned to them under the directives of PM Khan. 

The PMO has now extended the deadline of September 9 to submit the report over issues like postings and vacancies at every level. 

The “red letters” called for details on officers who are accountable for promotions but haven’t been promoted till date.

It has further asked information on those government officers against whom disciplinary probes have been pending for more than three months. Besides this, PM Modi has also sought for details about machinery, cars, and other items, which aren’t being used by the Ministers. 

It is believed that the “red letter” will factor into the performance report of the concerned Ministry as well as its Divisions.  

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