Hassan Immad Mohammedi appointed MD PTV

NewsHassan Immad Mohammedi appointed MD PTV

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Hassan Immad Mohammedi has been appointed as the Managing Director of Pakistan Television Corporation (PTVC), replacing Arshad Khan.

Prior to being assigned the new task, Hassan Immad Mohammedi was serving as the Director Admin and Personnel in Pakistan Television Corporation.

Mr. Hassan Immad Mohammedi, Director Admin and Personnel, PTVC is assigned look after charge of the post and Managing Director, PTVC with immediate effect and until further orders. The order of acting charge of Mr. Arshad Khan as Managing Director, PTVC, dated 07.11.2018 is hereby withdrawn,” said a notification issued by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of Pakistan on Thursday.Hassan Immad Mohammedi appointed MD PTV




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