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FST directs parties to conclude arguments on petitions filed by FBR employees

FST directs parties to conclude arguments on petitions filed by FBR employees

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Service Tribunal on Friday directed parties to conclude arguments on the next date of hearing in complaints, challenging administrative measures taken by the board concerning to its employees services.

The FST benches comprising Syed Rafique Hussain and Nazir Saeed and Syed Muhammad Hamid and Muhammad Javed Iqbal Kasi heard the complaints.

Syed Rafique Hussain and Nazir Saeed adjourned hearing with directives to conclude arguments in cases filed by M Zaman, M Waheed, Abdul Ghafoor, Muhammad Arshad Rahim, Ghulam Ishaq Kiyani, Muhammad Arif and Attique Ahmed Abbasi.

Muhammad Arshad Rahim had filed a petition about ‘withholding of two annual increments’ Ghulam Ishaq Kiyani had filed petition seeking correction in judgment; Muhammad Arif and Attique Ahmed Abbasi and others on various other administrative acts of FBR.

Muhammad Zaman had filed his case recently in 2016. He had submitted a case seeking interim relief same as of the case filed by Muhammad Waheed.

This bench also adjourned hearing on recently filed case by Sardar Ali. Ali had filed a case about seniority and had complained about board’s reckless conduct about this. He had prayed the tribunal to direct the board on the issue.

Muhammad Ferozuddin, another appellant, had filed an Implementation matter which was pending before the tribunal since 2014. He had prayed the tribunal to redirect the board on implementing on FST’s old decision about his promotion complaint.