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Inquiry Ordered into Unauthorised Appointments of School Teachers


Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah directed the education department on Monday to conduct a thorough inquiry into “unauthorised” appointments of government schoolteachers.
Chairing a meeting with officials of the education and finance departments at the CM House, Shah stressed on completing the inquiries so that evidences could be presented in the court.
He said that it had always been the agenda of the ruling Pakistan People’s Party to create employment opportunities for the deserving youth.
Representing the masses, the PPP would make sure that due employment rights of the educated and qualified youth remain projected, while job vacancies are filled always through a meritorious, transparent and lawful process, he added.
The CM said his party’s provincial government would never allow any anti-social elements to usurp the due livelihood rights of the eligible and deserving youth belonging to the underprivileged classes.
He said that providing job opportunities in government departments to ineligible people through a non-transparent process would not only create further stress on the financial resources available to the government but also create undesirable losses at national level, which would worsen the performance of the departments concerned.
He told the officials concerned that all evidences should be collected to resolve the issues pertaining to illegal appointments in the education department so that the courts being approached in this regard could deliver their judgements, which would prove helpful in providing socio-economic justice to the youth from the underprivileged classes.
Senior Education Minister Nisar Ahmed Khuhro had informed a sitting of the Sindh Assembly on February 21 that during the previous regime of the provincial government, over 3,000 prospective candidates had been hired as government schoolteachers in an unauthorised manner across the province in disregard of the unavailability of sanctioned posts and budget for disbursing salaries to them, while the present government could not immediately decide the fate of these candidates, as their cases were still being heard by the courts.The news.

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