SC seeks report of 276 illegal appointments
ISLAMABAD—The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Health department of Sindh to submit inquiry committee report over 276 alleged illegal appointments in Health Department in District Jacobabad within two weeks.
The three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali comprising Justice Amir Hani Muslim and Justice Faisal Arab heard the suomoto notice case. During the course of proceedings, Chief Justice Jamali asked that why Sindh government did not made appointments on merit.
He remarked that all appointments were made from only Sindh while the other provinces were ignored. The court asked whether advertisement was published in newspapers for appointments and what procedure was adopted for appointments.
The court sought inquiry committed report formed under Secretary Health Sindh and adjourned hearing of the case for two weeks. He said that the committee would submit its report within a month. Petitioner Muhammad Ali Khoso told the court he wanted to submit more documents regarding violations of Rules in the appointments. The court sought inquiry committed report formed under Secretary Health Sindh and adjourned hearing of the case for two weeks.