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Working under less than pleasant bosses is a fact of life many of us have to deal with, however, a Pakistan Railways official has taken a different approach to working under the new railways' minister Sheikh Rasheed whom he describes as "extremely non-professional and ill-mannered".
In an application letter that has since then gone viral, Mohammad Hanif Gul, the Chief Commercial Manager of the Pakistan Railways headquarters office and a Grade-20 officer, has sought leave on full pay for 730 days, due to differences with the Railway Minister.
“With due respect, it is submitted that the attitude of new Minister is extremely non-professional and ill-mannered," the letter to the Secretary/Chairman Railway says.
“As an Honourable member of the Civil Services of Pakistan, it is not possible for me to continue to work under him. The Minister is fully entitled to work with a team that share his vision," it continues.
"It is, therefore, submitted that 730 days leave may kindly be allow to the undersigned,” the letter reads.
Senior Pakistan Railways official applies for 730 days leave - says cannot work with new railways minister saying he is "extremely non-professional and ill-mannered" pic.twitter.com/YqziNFmkir— omar r quraishi (@omar_quraishi) August 26, 2018
The letter has since then gotten a flurry of responses on Twitter.
I am in shock...????— Soraya Aziz (@SorayaAziz) August 26, 2018
Can someone tell Mr Mohammad Hanif Gul that when you don't get along with your boss and all measures have been exhausted, you resign. Ye aap ke baap ki ministry nuhi hai ke 730 days leave full pay pe mil jaye! pic.twitter.com/rZ58Jqanvs
Found it... An MIT graduate asking to be paid for not doing any work & going on a 2 year leave because he can't get along with his new boss!— Abdullatif Khan (@alfkhan) August 26, 2018
Why not just resign?! pic.twitter.com/tLUKYYI250
Then why not just ask for a transfer? What's with the denigrating remarks about the Minister and why publicise it?— Ch. KA Nye (@ch_nye) August 26, 2018
The man is on a mission...
It’s his right to leave for 2 years when the nation needs hardworking people? It’s his right to ask for full pay of 730 days without work? How absurd!— Ayesha’s Agenda (@AyeshaAgenda) August 27, 2018