ISLAMABAD, April 2 (APP):National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser Tuesday said politicians and civil servants must work hard to achieve the goal of prosperous Pakistan.
He said civil servants are like pillars in the functioning of the government and the government cannot perform without their due commitment to the development of the country.
He expressed these views while addressing the under training delegation of CSP officers here in the parliament House, a press release said.
The speaker congratulated the newly inducted CSPs and said they all are intelligent and hard working and Allah has given them a chance to serve others. He said man’s greatness is hidden in his work and commitment.
He stressed on training officers to be always positive and have goal orientated approach in their professional careers.
He said both politicians and bureaucrats can bring positive changes in the country by cooperating to serve the common people. “Both must have goal to achieve the dream of prosperous Pakistan” he added.
Asad Qaiser expressed his confidence on the potential of civil servants and said to them they must come out of bureaucratic ego.
He said he got this opportunity to serve others with hard work and commitment and they must work hard in the same manner for the welfare of the country.
He said that their seats will not define them but they will be remembered for their services to the people and state.
He stressed on the under training CSP officers never to compromise on love of the country and always keep in view to strengthen the institutions in Pakistan.” Civil servants are the key to make institutions stable and productive in Pakistan”, he added.
The participants were briefed about the basic functions of the Parliaments and how legislation is made in the parliament’s house.
The question answer session was also conducted to enhance the capacity of the under-training CSP officers.
The briefing was presented by Additional Secretary Legislation National Assembly Mushtaq Ahmed and Joint Secretary International Relations Syed Shammon Hashmi.