Punjab Chief Secretary Jawwad Rafique Malik stood up to Special Assistant to Chief Minister Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, who openly ridiculed the assistant commissioner during a visit to a Ramadan Bazaar on Sunday.

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During his speech at the ‘insulting session,’ Malik condemned the unequal treatment of a female administrative officer in Sialkot’s Ramzan Bazaar. Punjab chief secretary also expressed his concerns about the special assistant’s actions to Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar.

Given the hot weather and a lethal wave of a novel coronavirus, Assistant Commissioner Sonia Sadaf and other officers were on the front lines, the top provincial civil servant said in a tweet.

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Furthermore, officers from around the province were available in the field at all hours of the day and night for the convenience of the public, which was extremely commendable. Embarrassing government officers would not go well with everyone. He remarked, “I salute the tireless effort and bravery of all officers serving in the field.”

Frustrated by widespread public disapproval of the PTI government at all levels, Special Assistant to Punjab Chief Minister Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan took advantage of an opportunity to demonstrate her abilities in her hometown on Sunday.

After discovering some rotten fruits in the makeshift bazaar, Firdous took out her rage on Sialkot Assistant Commissioner Sonia Sadaf. Surprised by Firdous’ outburst, Assistant Commissioner Sonia Sadaf attempted but failed, to cool the CM aide.

She then pleaded with Firdous to act, but all of her efforts were futile. In desperation, the assistant commissioner stormed out of the scene.

CM Buzdar’s aide faced a massive backlash on social and electronic media for her uncivilized conduct after the video went viral.