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    Like my Facebook page, Shahbaz tells officials



    Like’ my Facebook page, Shahbaz tells officials

    By Abdul Manan
    Published: June 6, 2012


    CM has told top officials to remove PTI-related material from their Facebook accounts and not ‘like’ any PTI page.

    LAHORE: Internet-savvy Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif is determined to counter Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s ‘party for the youth’ image – and he’ll do whatever it takes.

    Top district officials and policemen in all 36 districts of the province, as well as regional police officers and commissioners have been asked to join Shahbaz’s official Facebook page to boost his popularity, sources told The Express Tribune.

    In addition, the chief minister has let all top officials know that they are to remove PTI-related material from their Facebook accounts and not ‘like’ any PTI page.

    His efforts have not always been successful. In the last week of May, the Punjab government issued a letter, sent to all officers, requesting them to join Shahbaz’s official webpage and to train themselves in social media networking.

    Whether it was out of discomfort with using technology or some other reason, sources said that none had complied with the orders, which irked the chief minister. Shahbaz then directed Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) Chairman Umair Saif to convene a meeting and convey the message directly to concerned officers.

    Saif held a meeting at Arfa Karim Software Technology Park on June 1 in this regard, telling the administration officials that a number of citizens conveyed complaints to the government via the chief minister’s Facebook page.

    Saif added that the Punjab government has deployed moderators who will collect complaints and forward them to a portal named “Electronic Complaint Mechanism System (ECMS).” He said that officials would be provided a username and a password.
    The PIBT chairman explained that half of the complaints involve working with either the revenue or police department – so when any such complaint is received on Shahbaz’s Facebook page, it will immediately be transferred to concerned officers.

    This seemingly smooth-running virtual reality is not to go unmonitored – Shahbaz regularly visits his Facebook page from 12 to 2 am every night, Saif said according to sources. He is to check ‘personally’ which officers have joined his Facebook page.

    Senior police officials, however, remain sceptical. They expressed reservations over complainants not leaving contact details on the online page, which rendered it impossible to address their complaint. One revenue officer from Esa Khel asked Saif a pertinent question – since he doesn’t have any internet facilities in his area, is he supposed to travel 80 kilometres to Mianwali to check if there were complaints and then return to Esa Khel to offer solutions? Another senior police officer said that the Punjab government has to provide electricity if it wanted to tackle problems online.


    Saif had a simple answer for the audience, according to those present – the officers don’t have a choice. Joining the Facebook page is mandatory, the PITB chairman said, adding that the chief minister wanted to portray to internet users that their complaints would be addressed.
    While talking to The Express Tribune, Saif said the government is trying to centralise the complaint system. He said the chief minister’s complaint cell would be launched soon in which 30,000 people will be interacted with on a daily basis.


    Saif said that the request for officials to join Shahbaz’s Facebook page and address complaints via the page should be viewed positively.


    He added, however, that no anti-PTI directions has been issued to the officials regarding Facebook browsing.
    Published in The Express Tribune, June 6th, 2012.



    Last edited by Adeel; 06-Jun-2012 at 01:01 PM.
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    Re: like-my-facebook-page-shahbaz-tells-officials/

    loog abb joote mareen gieen is showw bazz kan-jar koo
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    WTF, Attention seeker CM :D
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    joote like ho sakthe hain tind pi marni ki lye
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    patwari can't like FB page coz they don't know computer .sorry for SS
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    Re: like-my-facebook-page-shahbaz-tells-officials/

    ہاہا
    وہ اس کوشش میں ہے کہ کسی طرح اس کے لائیک عمران خان سے بڑھ جائیں اور وہ دنیا کو بتاسکے کہ وہی مقبول لیڈر ہے۔ ن لیگ نے جو ایس ایم ایس سروس تحریک انصاف کی نقل میں شروع کی ہے اس میں بھی یہی میسیج آتے ہیں کہ یہ پیج شہباز شریف کا ہے اسے لائیک کریں۔ یہ پیج مریم نواز کا ہے اسے بھی لائیک کریں۔
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    LAHORE: Internet-savvy Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif is determined to counter Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s ‘party for the youth’ image – and he’ll do whatever it takes.

    Top district officials and policemen in all 36 districts of the province, as well as regional police officers and commissioners have been asked to join Shahbaz’s official Facebook page to boost his popularity, sources told The Express Tribune.


    In addition, the chief minister has let all top officials know that they are to remove PTI-related material from their Facebook accounts and not ‘like’ any PTI page.


    His efforts have not always been successful.
    In the last week of May, the Punjab government issued a letter, sent to all officers, requesting them to join Shahbaz’s official webpage and to train themselves in social media networking.

    Whether it was out of discomfort with using technology or some other reason, sources said that none had complied with the orders, which irked the chief minister.


    Shahbaz then directed Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) Chairman Umair Saif to convene a meeting and convey the message directly to concerned officers.

    Saif held a meeting at Arfa Karim Software Technology Park on June 1 in this regard, telling the administration officials that a number of citizens conveyed complaints to the government via the chief minister’s Facebook page.


    Saif added that the Punjab government has deployed moderators who will collect complaints and forward them to a portal named “Electronic Complaint Mechanism System (ECMS).” He said that officials would be provided a username and a password.

    The PIBT chairman explained that half of the complaints involve working with either the revenue or police department – so when any such complaint is received on Shahbaz’s Facebook page, it will immediately be transferred to concerned officers.

    This seemingly smooth-running virtual reality is not to go unmonitored – Shahbaz regularly visits his Facebook page from 12 to 2 am every night, Saif said according to sources. He is to check ‘personally’ which officers have joined his Facebook page.


    Senior police officials, however, remain sceptical. They expressed reservations over complainants not leaving contact details on the online page, which rendered it impossible to address their complaint.

    One revenue officer from Esa Khel asked Saif a pertinent question – since he doesn’t have any internet facilities in his area, is he supposed to travel 80 kilometres to Mianwali to check if there were complaints and then return to Esa Khel to offer solutions?


    Another senior police officer said that the Punjab government has to provide electricity if it wanted to tackle problems online.

    Saif had a simple answer for the audience, according to those present – the officers don’t have a choice. Joining the Facebook page is mandatory, the PITB chairman said, adding that the chief minister wanted to portray to internet users that their complaints would be addressed.

    While talking to The Express Tribune, Saif said the government is trying to centralise the complaint system. He said the chief minister’s complaint cell would be launched soon in which 30,000 people will be interacted with on a daily basis.

    Saif said that the request for officials to join Shahbaz’s Facebook page and address complaints via the page should be viewed positively.

    He added, however, that no anti-PTI directions has been issued to the officials regarding Facebook browsing.

    Published in The Express Tribune, June 6th, 2012.
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    اگر یہ گنجا اتنی محنت اپنے کام میں کر لے تو کچھ ملک کا
    بھی بھلا ہو جائے. مزے کی بات یہ ہے کے عمران کو پتا بھی نہیں کے اس کے فس
    بک اکاونٹ وجود میں بھی ہیں.
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    LIKE my Facebook page : Shahbaz Sharif tells officials . PAKRA GAYA :-))

    LAHORE: Internet-savvy Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif is determined to counter Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insafs party for the youth image and hell do whatever it takes.

    Top district officials and policemen in all 36 districts of the province, as well as regional police officers and commissioners have been asked to join Shahbazs official Facebook page to boost his popularity, sources told The Express Tribune.
    In addition, the chief minister has let all top officials know that they are to remove PTI-related material from their Facebook accounts and not like any PTI page.
    His efforts have not always been successful. In the last week of May, the Punjab government issued a letter, sent to all officers, requesting them to join Shahbazs official webpage and to train themselves in social media networking.
    Whether it was out of discomfort with using technology or some other reason, sources said that none had complied with the orders, which irked the chief minister. Shahbaz then directed Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) Chairman Umair Saif to convene a meeting and convey the message directly to concerned officers.
    Saif held a meeting at Arfa Karim Software Technology Park on June 1 in this regard, telling the administration officials that a number of citizens conveyed complaints to the government via the chief ministers Facebook page.
    Saif added that the Punjab government has deployed moderators who will collect complaints and forward them to a portal named Electronic Complaint Mechanism System (ECMS). He said that officials would be provided a username and a password.
    The PIBT chairman explained that half of the complaints involve working with either the revenue or police department so when any such complaint is received on Shahbazs Facebook page, it will immediately be transferred to concerned officers.
    This seemingly smooth-running virtual reality is not to go unmonitored Shahbaz regularly visits his Facebook page from 12 to 2 am every night, Saif said according to sources. He is to check personally which officers have joined his Facebook page.
    Senior police officials, however, remain sceptical. They expressed reservations over complainants not leaving contact details on the online page, which rendered it impossible to address their complaint. One revenue officer from Esa Khel asked Saif a pertinent question since he doesnt have any internet facilities in his area, is he supposed to travel 80 kilometres to Mianwali to check if there were complaints and then return to Esa Khel to offer solutions? Another senior police officer said that the Punjab government has to provide electricity if it wanted to tackle problems online.
    Saif had a simple answer for the audience, according to those present the officers dont have a choice. Joining the Facebook page is mandatory, the PITB chairman said, adding that the chief minister wanted to portray to internet users that their complaints would be addressed.
    While talking to The Express Tribune, Saif said the government is trying to centralise the complaint system. He said the chief ministers complaint cell would be launched soon in which 30,000 people will be interacted with on a daily basis.
    Saif said that the request for officials to join Shahbazs Facebook page and address complaints via the page should be viewed positively.
    He added, however, that no anti-PTI directions has been issued to the officials regarding Facebook browsing.
    Published in The Express Tribune, June 6th, 2012.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/389433/l...lls-officials/
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    Re: Like my Facebook page, Shahbaz tells officials

    Height of insecurity of Show BAAZZ
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    Re: Like my Facebook page, Shahbaz tells officials

    یہاں پر بھی پٹواریوں کا ہی سہارا لے گا یہ گنجا
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    Re: Like my Facebook page, Shahbaz tells officials

    fake, i just checked the CM page there is nothing like that......................
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    Re: Like my Facebook page, Shahbaz tells officials

    Height of desperation by SHOWBAZ
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    E tribune removed the news :D but its available here

    http://pakedu.net/news-updates/faceb...lls-officials/
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