Mian

Mr. Mian Muhammad Mushtaq

Member

Secretary, Communication and Works Department, Government of the Punjab


Mr. Muhammad Mushtaq Ahmad is an officer of Pakistan Administrative Service and is currently posted as the Additional Chief Secretary (C&W), C&W Department, Government Of The Punjab.

He has obtained degrees of Master of Arts and LLB. He also has the degree of Master of Science (Social Policy) from London School of Economics, United Kingdom. Previously, he has served at the posts of Deputy Secretary, Agriculture Department; Deputy Secretary (Staff) to Chief Secretary, Punjab; Director, Lahore Development Authority, Punjab; Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Toba Tek Singh; Deputy Secretary (Implementation & Coordination), S&GA Department, Lahore; Deputy Secretary (Police), Home Department; Deputy Secretary, Governor’s Secretariat, Punjab; Additional Secretary (General), Health Department; Additional Secretary, Finance Department; Additional Secretary (General) to Chief Secretary; District Coordination Officer, Rahim Yar Khan; Additional Secretary (General) to Chief Secretary, Punjab; Secretary / DG, Change Management Wing, S&GAD; District Coordination Officer, Bahawalpur; Commissioner, Bahawalpur Division, Bahawalpur; Secretary, Government of the Punjab, Agriculture Department and Member/Head of PPP Cell, P&D Department.

Mr. Muhammad Mushtaq Ahmad has successfully overseen completion of numerous high level projects both in highways and buildings sectors, during his incumbency as Additional Chief Secretary (C&W), C&W Department, Government Of The Punjab.




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Infrastructure Development Authority of the Punjab (IDAP) is an autonomous body established under the Infrastructure Development Authority of the Punjab Act 2016, for planning, designing, construction and maintenance of infrastructure in the province, in line with the best international practices, to cope with futuristic development needs. IDAP is a specialized organization free of encumbrances prevalent in public sector departments ... [Read More]