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FST adjourns hearing of several complaints filed by FBR employees in 2nd week of July

FST adjourns hearing of several complaints filed by FBR employees in 2nd week of July

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Service Tribunal (FST) dated in office the hearing of services matters after issuing directives to submit relating record of the cases being contested by employees of the FBR at tribunal during second week of July. The two benches of the FST held the hearing of services matters filed by the board employees.

These benches comprising of Chairman Justice (r) Sayed Zahid Hussain and Dr Nazir Saeed heard three cases filed by M Sulaman Javed, Muhammad Nawaz, Muhammad Shakeel Akhtar and others.

Muhammad Sulaman Javed had prayed to the tribunal to ensure implementation of its already given decision. Muhammad Nawaz had challenged the dismissal from services, and Muhammad Shakeel Akhtar had challenged removal from services.

Tribunal’s bench had recently reserved decision on promotion cases filed by M Iqbal and Habib Ahmed.

Both employees of FBR had submitted complaints regarding their promotion and had asked the tribunal to direct the department on awarding their meritorious scale at the department.  Same bench also heard couple of other cases carrying dismissal matter and adjourned hearing.

Tariq Tanveer and Noreen Safia had filed these petitions in which they had pleaded against dismissal from services. The appellants had prayed the tribunal to direct the Federal Board of Revenue to allow them to serve on the posts from where they had been removed.