A Pakistan Railways official has apparently looked for an LFP (leave on full pay) for 730 days.
In a leave application that circulated around the web via web-based networking media, Mohammad Hanif Gul, a Grade-20 officer, composed that he thought that it was difficult to work with the new Federal Minister for Railways, Shaikh Rashid Ahmad because of his “disposition” that Gul said was “unprofessional and impolite.”
Ahmad accepted office as the new clergyman on August 20, 2018.
Gharidah Farooqi and a couple of different columnists from Pakistan tweeted a duplicate of the application that was shared by many. She stated that it was the first shock to Railways, as a senior authority applies for a long time leave referring to the nonprofessional and rude conduct of new Railways Minister.
Gul is the Chief Commercial Manager of Pakistan Railways. His letter proceeds to peruse: “As an honorable member of the Civil Services Academy of Pakistan, it is not possible for me to continue to work under him”, and that Ahmad is “fully entitled to work with a team that shares his vision”.
Many Twitter activists answered with incredulity at the preposterousness of the leave request.
Tweep @SorayaAziz posted: Tweep @SorayaAziz posted: “I am in shock…ߘ?Can someone tell Mr. Mohammad Hanif Gul that when you don’t get along with your boss and all measures have been exhausted, you resign.”
Some added that he can’t go on a two-year-long leave and hope to be completely paid on the citizen’s cash.
Tweep @WajSKhan posted: “Resign, brother. Resign, or deal with the might and plight of @shkhrasheed. Don’t live for two years on my dime.
Apologies, however, this man shouldn’t be obliged.”
What’s more, @bilalahmed2k posted: “In which professional world can a true professional ask for 730 days paid leave? He himself is a rotten and an ill-mannered person. The subject of his application reflects his level of professionalism and corruption. You… need to tell him that he gets paid from tax payer’s money.”
In any case, some doing the validness of the application.
Tweep @maliklatif92 posted: “Many applications like this can be shared without any confirmation that it’s true.”