BISP under Chairman Dr Sania Nishtar takes revolutionary steps
ISLAMABAD - BISP will review its De-crediting and Re-crediting Policy and block the accounts of the beneficiaries having no withdrawal activity for six months and de-credited from the existing one-year period to make the payment process more transparent. According to an official source, BISP under the leadership Dr Sania Nishtar, is taking solid steps for running the organization in more transparent way with zero tolerance towards corruption. The official source said that the accounts of deceased beneficiaries and dubious Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs) holders may be forced de-credited as soon as possible. BISP is heading toward resolving the legacy issues of the organization including politicization in the past, the payment process issues, weaknesses in process design with banks, Point of Sale (POS) retailer issues leading to irregularities and cases of past audit paras and FIA inquiries, the source said. Strong steps are being taken to reform the working of the organization in a more transparent way which include risk assurance and management, tightly bound work plans for the stakeholders involved, greater transparency within organization and development of strategic plan to set organizational direction with corresponding programmatic design documents, tools and measures, the source said.