Firdous denied overnight stay at govt residence in Multan

Sandra Loyd

Former unique assistant to prime minister on details and broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan was declined government-owned residence in Multan for an overnight stay, a regional news outlet reported on Sunday.

Apparently, the former SAPM took a trip to Multan from Karachi in a car and was accompanied by buddies and a house maid. Upon arrival at government-owned circuit house in Multan, she was declined entry by the night guard who stated that she was not a public office holder any longer. Firdous asked the guard for a sehri meal however was rejection once again and she needed to send her motorist to the market to purchase a meal.

The former SAPM exchanged hot words with the lower personnel of the federal government residence and attempted to get in touch with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) District President Khalid Javed Warraich and Deputy Commissioner Amir Khattak, however their phones were turned off.

The news outlet reported that when the caretaker of the official residence was gotten in touch with, he stated that there was no advance reservation and the lower personnel did not have the authority to allocate a space to somebody not holding a publicoffice He added that when he reached circuit house in the early morning on Sunday, Firdous had actually currently left for Lahore.


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