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Additional Attorney-General, Deputy Attorney-General and Standing Counsel (Terms and Conditions) Rules, 2011

 

S.R.O. 635(I)/2011.—In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of Section 2 of the Central Law Officers Ordinance, 1970 (VII of 1970), the President is pleased to make the following rules, namely:—

1.         Short title and commencement.—(1) These rules may be called the Additional Attorney-General, Deputy Attorney-General and Standing Counsel (Terms and Conditions) Rules, 2011.

(2)  These rules shall come into force at once except clause (a) of Rule 2 which shall come into force on and from the 1st of July, 2011.

2.         Retainership, perks and privileges, etc.—An Additional Attorney General, Deputy Attorney-General and Standing Counsel shall be entitled to the following retainership, perks and privileges namely:—

(a)        Additional Attorney-General

An Additional Attorney-General shall be entitled to such retainership, perks and privileges as admissible to a Judge of the High Court specified below:—

(i)         Salary                                                  Rs. 347,345/-;

(ii)        Superior Judicial Allowance                Rs. 136,500/-; 

and

(iii)       House rent if official residence 

not provided                                        Rs. 65,000/-.

(iv)       chauffeur driven car 1300CC capacity with twenty liters petrol and one hundred and twenty five kilogram CNG as admissible to a BS-21 Officer;

(v)        telephone facility, office and residence, as admissible to a BPS 21 Officer.

(iv)       traveling and other allowances, where required, in performance of his official duties to leave the place where he normally practices his profession at the rate admissible to a BS-21 Officer.

(b)        Deputy Attorney-General

(i)         Monthly retainer Rs. 150,000/- all inclusive;

(ii)        chauffeur driven car 1300CC capacity with twenty liters petrol and one hundred and twenty five kilogram CNG as admissible to a BS.20 Officer;

(iii)       telephone ceilings for office, no limit and residence upto one thousand five hundred rupees per month; and

(iv)       traveling and other allowances, where required, in performance of his official duties to leave the place where he normally practices his profession at the rate admissible to a BS-20 Officer.

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