|News Headline:||CDA reviving Arts and Crafts Village as hub of literary and cultural activities|
Islamabad: January 24, 2017. Capital Development Authority (CDA) has transferred 19 persons to Arts and Crafts Village. These persons have been transferred from different formations of Capital Development Authority to Arts and Crafts Village. Capital Development Authority is following policy of reviving Arts and Crafts Village as hub of literary and cultural activities in Islamabad. Human Resource Directorate of Capital Development Authority Capital Development Authority has transferred the services of these persons from different other directorates on directions of Member Administration. The transferred persons were either absent from their duties or were posted at irrelevant places.
Member Administration Capital Development Authority Muhammad Yasir Peerzada has said that incumbent CDA administration is inclined to breathe new life into cultural, artistic and literary activities in Islamabad. Arts and Crafts Village is the appropriate and perfectly fitted venue to the honors of such ventures. We have broken the ice for rejuvenation of Arts and Crafts Village.
The transferred employees include Abdul Malik, Muhammad Ishtiaq, Hafiz Taimoor Azam, Raja Tariq Mehmood, Asad Mehmood, Hafiz Arif Mir, Muhmmad Tahveel, Qasim Ali Abbasi, Nayyar Abbas, Muhmmad Irshad, Muhammad Ibrahim, Muhammad Irshad, Muhmmad Ibrahim, Muhammad Shoukat, Muhammad Sohail, Muhammad Imran Rasheed, Muhammd Yasin, Tariq Hussain, Farooq Shah, Shoban, Haji Naveed.Capital Development authority on January 18, 2017 placed services of 15 people on disposal of Arts and Craft Village. The recent transfer of 19 more people in Arts and Craft village is reflection of seriousness of CDA Administration to uplift condition at Art and Craft Village Islamabad.
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