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CDA Reshuffles Key Leadership Role

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To strengthen its leadership team, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has announced the elevation of Umber Gilani, a seasoned officer of the Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS), to the position of Deputy Director General (DDG) Land and Rehabilitation. Umber Gilani, holding the rank of BPS-18, has been serving as Director Land and Rehabilitation in the authority for the past few months.

CDA Leadership Reshuffling

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This elevation underscores the CDA’s commitment to harnessing experienced and capable individuals to lead critical departments. Umber Gilani’s wealth of experience is expected to contribute significantly to the ongoing and future initiatives of the CDA.

Simultaneously, another accomplished BPS-18 officer from the Pakistan Administrative Service has been appointed as the new Director Land and Rehabilitation. Anwarul Haq, previously serving as Assistant Director Estate Management (Residential), brings a diverse skill set to this pivotal role. His appointment is poised to enhance the effectiveness of the Land and Rehabilitation department within the CDA.

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As part of this organizational restructuring, Assistant Director Estate Management (Residential) Anwarul Haq has been reassigned to the position of Assistant Director (Estab) Sanitation. This move aims to leverage his expertise in a different capacity, aligning with the CDA’s commitment to optimizing talent and resources.

Additionally, Shahid Shoaib, who serves as an acting Assistant Director (Technical) Sanitation at BPS-16 level, has been attached with DDG Land and Rehabilitation. This strategic placement is expected to facilitate seamless coordination and communication within the CDA’s organizational framework.

The reshuffling of key personnel within the CDA reflects a proactive approach to leadership optimization, ensuring that the authority is well-equipped to meet the evolving challenges and demands of its diverse portfolio. The new appointees bring a wealth of experience and expertise to their respective roles, promising to contribute to the continued growth and development of the Capital Development Authority.