Chief Secretary (Pakistan)
In Pakistan, the position of Chief Secretary (Urdu: معتمدِ اعلٰی) is occupied by the highest-ranking civil servant in each of the four provinces and two Administrative units. The chief secretaries are the administrative heads of their respective provinces.
|Chief Secretary of the Province|
|Reports to||Chief Minister of the Province|
|Appointer||Prime Minister of Pakistan|
The four Provincial chief secretaries in Pakistan are:
There are two autonomous territories in Pakistan which are also each headed by a chief secretary respectively i.e. Chief Secretary Gilgit-Baltistan and Chief Secretary Azad Jammu Kashmir.
- Chief Secretary Azad Kashmir
- Chief Secretary Gilgit-Baltistan
- "Top civil service job: Four candidates in running for chief secretary". The Express Tribune (newspaper). 23 October 2013. Retrieved 28 June 2018.
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