President of Pakistan Administered Oath of office to Mr. Muhammad Raeesuddin Paracha as Federal Insurance Ombudsman

President Mamnoon Hussain administered the Oath of office to Mr. Muhammad Raeesuddin Paracha as Federal Insurance Ombudsman for four years term in a special ceremony held here at the Aiwan-e-Sadr on Tuesday 24th November, 2015.

The Oath taking ceremony was attended by Senior Government Officials and dignitaries. The ceremony was conducted entirely in Urdu language.

Mr. M. Raeesuddin Paracha
Federal Insurance Ombudsman

Newly appointed Federal Insurance Ombudsman Mr. M. Raeesuddin Paracha is a seasoned and highly professional Bureaucrat having served in various key federal and provincial assignments for over 35 years. He has a vast and varied experience of working in top administrator positions in the capital having served in various major and important ministries. Apart from his administrative expertise, he also has a vast judicial and investigative experience as he remained in Wafaqi Mohtasib as Provincial Chief of Sindh and Balochistan .

He was appointed as Federal Insurance Ombudsman in November, 2015. In his capacity as Federal Insurance Ombudsman he has made a memorable contribution in just less than four months. After taking Oath of Office from the Honorable President of Pakistan in a Special Ceremony at Aiwan-e-sadr as Federal Insurance Ombudsman, Mr. M. Raeesuddin Paracha with all his dedication and devotion succeeded to improve the perception of this highly important institution and its recognition amongst general public and specially in the business circle. Establishment of Regional Offices at Islamabad and Lahore in this short span of time is a land mark contribution under his leadership, which leads to provide speedy and free of cost justice at the doorstep of the aggrieved complaints of the Punjab, KPK and Azad Kashmir and its vicinity. Under his dynamic leadership, Federal Insurance Ombudsman Secretariat launched an elaborate media campaign to create awareness amongst general public and to attract complainants having genuine grievances against the maladministration of Insurance Industry, which resulted in a significant increase in number of complaints.