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Decision on complaints filed by FBR employees reserved

Decision on complaints filed by FBR employees reserved

ISLAMABAD: Two division benches of the Federal Service Tribunal on Monday reserved decision on Syed Sultan Abbas’s complaint filed against the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).

The FST benches, comprising Members, Syed Rafique Hussain Shah and Dr Nazir Saeed, heard the matter carrying compliants about implementation.

Syed Rafique Hussain Shah and Dr Nazir Saeed had been hearing the matter for months. They also heard complaints submitted by Habib Ahmed, Muhammad Yasin and Muhammad Saleem. Hearing on these cases was adjourned for coming week.

Ahmed, who filed this petition in 2011, had submitted in the tribunal that board’s administration had been ignoring FST’s old decision, thereby had not provided him relief granted to him by the tribunal.

Yasin and Slaeem had submitted their complaints at tribunal in 2016. They had asked the tribunal to direct board on their promotion which they had been denied in violation of board’s rules and regulations.

The other bench of FST, of Syed Muhammad Hamid and Javed Iqbal Kasi, would resume hearing of ‘antedation promotion’ cases filed by Muhammad Naeem Khan, Syed Rashid Hussain and Muhammad Bin Yamin.

Same bench heard the cases asking the tribunal to ensure implementation over its earlier announced decision which was not yet compiled by the board authorities.

On the last hearing, benches had directed the concerned counsels, appellants and defendants, to submit documents and brief on arguments before the tribunal before next hearing.