MoITT Directs NTC to Recover Dues

Federal Secretary Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication Shoaib Ahmad Siddiqui has directed National Telecommunication Corporation (NTC) to start the campaign for the recovery of its dues. The Federal Secretary Ministry of IT gave this direction during his visit to National Telecommunication Corporation (NTC) Headquarters on Friday.

MoITT Directs NTC to start the campaign for the recovery of its dues

The Federal Secretary directed Managing Director (MD) National Telecommunication Corporation, Brig (Retd) Viqar Rashid Khan that the NTC should extend its outreach across country and it should especially focus on less developed areas of Balochistan, Sindh and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP)

Earlier, Managing Director NTC, Brig (Retd) Viqar Rashid Khan briefed the Federal Secretary about the working of the NTC and its achievements during the last five years. The Federal Secretary was also apprised about the projects of the NTC.

The Managing Director said that NTC is the first public sector telecom operator to establish the cloud-based Tier-III National Data Center. Also, MoITT Directs NTC to start the campaign for the recovery of its dues.

The Federal Secretary IT appreciated the initiatives taken by NTC for provision of secure and reliable data services to the federal government and other public sector organizations. The Federal Secretary said that he is happy to learn that the NTC is managing its expenses itself and generating its revenue. He said that the Ministry of IT and Telecommunication will extend its full support for resolving all issues of NTC.

The Federal Secretary Ministry of IT also visited National Data Center at NTC and appreciated the performance of NTC. Meanwhile, the Federal Secretary Ministry of IT also visited Telecom Foundation Complex.

Onsa Mustafa

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