Govt’s “Right Man for the Right Job” Principle Leads to Remarkable Performance by ITNE

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ISLAMABAD: Under the leadership of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, the present government of Pakistan has demonstrated its commitment to the principle of placing the right individuals in the right positions, the World Echo News reported.

This approach has yielded impressive results, particularly in the case of the Implementation Tribunal for Newspaper Employees (ITNE), where the Chairman Shahid Mehmood Khokhar has exemplified his dedication to the profession and the pursuit of justice.Govt’s “Right Man for the Right Job” Principle Leads to Remarkable Performance by ITNE

The ITNE, guided by its core values, has upheld the belief in expeditious disposal of cases and has made substantial contributions to society by providing monetary relief exceeding 100 million to the underprivileged and marginalized segments. Through the implementation of judgments and settlements reached between various newspapers and their employees, the ITNE has played a pivotal role in ensuring that justice is not only sought but also delivered.

ITNE Garners Widespread Acclaim

The extraordinary performance of the ITNE has garnered widespread acclaim, with the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) and other unions expressing their satisfaction and appreciation for its unprecedented achievements. The tribunal’s commitment to resolving cases efficiently and effectively has earned the trust and confidence of the stakeholders involved.

By adhering to the principle of appointing capable individuals to key positions, the government has fostered an environment conducive to success.

The Chairman Shahid Mehmood Khokhar’s expertise and unwavering dedication to the legal profession have proven instrumental in the ITNE’s accomplishments. His leadership and commitment to justice have been vital in delivering favorable outcomes for the aggrieved employees and ensuring their rightful compensation.

The ITNE’s exceptional performance highlights the government’s commitment to promoting a just and equitable society. By prioritizing the interests of the underprivileged and depressed segments of society, the government has demonstrated its dedication to social welfare and the protection of workers’ rights. The provision of substantial monetary relief to deserving individuals showcases the government’s genuine concern for the well-being of its citizens.

As the ITNE continues its remarkable work, it serves as a beacon of hope for those seeking justice and fair treatment. Its accomplishments stand as a testament to the positive impact that can be achieved when qualified individuals are entrusted with important responsibilities.

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