Petroleum Division’s DG tenders resignation due to ‘arrogance of babus

The Director General (DG) (Liquefied Natural Gas/Liquefied Petroleum Gas) of the Petroleum Division has tendered resignation from the service on account of alleged ‘non-conducive working environment.’

According to the details, DG (LNG/LPG) Nawaz Ahmad Virk submitted resignation from the service on March 7, 2022  and forwarded the copy of his resignation to the Secretary Petroleum, Secretary Establishment Division & Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister for its early acceptance.

“After 21 years of work experience (nearly 20 years in government service), the undersigned has no option but to submit resignation from service to get rid of stressful working environment [to help] avoid facing any such shouting behaviour from senior bureaucrats in future and protect my dignity as an honest and highly educated professional,” said a copy of resignation of the DG (LNG/LPG), Petroleum Division.

A spokesman of the petroleum division was also contacted to get the stance of the petroleum division, however, he did not respond over the resignation.

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