Maryam Nawaz Tweets on Firdous Ashiq Awan’s Behaviour With AC Sialkot

Maryam Nawaz Tweets on Firdous Ashiq Awan's Behaviour With AC Sialkot

Maryam Nawaz Tweets

It is pharaonic to vent anger at government officials for their failures and worst practices. Substandard, expensive items in Ramadan bazaars are evidence of government incompetence. Government officials are not your personal employees. The treatment is reprehensible.

Civil servants and bureaucrats reach this place by reading, working hard, passing competitive exams, they are not selected. Being a minister does not mean that you have a license to humiliate officers. This refusal is not acceptable. Apologize to Sonia Sadaf

Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, Special Assistant to Punjab Chief Minister, inspected the standard of food at a crowded Ramadan Bazaar in the city on Sunday.

According to a video circulating on the internet, Dr. Awan demanded an explanation from Assistant Commissioner (AC) Sialkot Sonia Sadaf after discovering substandard, or “third-class quality,” food products being sold at one of the stalls.

The latter, on the other hand, began debating with the chief minister’s aide. Dr Firduous lost her temper after hearing her points and began angrily censuring the AC for her remarks and incompetence.

Dr. Awan was heard saying in the video that she had seen the Ramadan Bazaar in every city in the province and considered the situation in Sialkot to be the worst.

“The government is beleaguered by bureaucratic machinations; if you have been hired as the AC and are receiving a paycheck for the job, then face the people; why are you hiding?” Dr Awan told Sonia Sadaf. “Your acts run counter to those of an assistant commissioner.”

Sonia Sadaf was seen leaving the bazaar angrily after being chastised by the chief minister’s aide.

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