Islamabad Chief Commissioner has decided to make Cooperative Societies Department Islamabad more autonomous.
In the first step he will resign from the post of secretary and also deputy commissioner will resign as registrar.
According to sources, Chief Commissioner Islamabad, Amir Ali Ahmad has directed Deputy Commissioner to start the process of giving autonomy to the cooperative department and give more authority to Circle Registrar.
A committee headed by two senior officers of admin and finance also constituted, the committee will prepare its recommendations within one month.
It has also been decided to appoint Circle Registrar, 02 Assistant Circle Registrars, 04 Inspectors, and 30 officers through proper advertisements.
Cooperative Societies Department, ICT exercises supervision, control over the cooperatives housing societies based in Islamabad and regularly inspects and audits them in the interest of the members.