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FST hears complaints filed by FBR employees on Wednesday

FST hears complaints filed by FBR employees on Wednesday

ISLAMABAD: Federal Service Tribunal to hear a number of cases and reserved decision on review and promotion matters filed by Muhammad Yousaf Khan and Wali Muhammad respectively.

FST bench comprising Ishtiaq Ahmed and Dr Nazir Saeed heard some other cases. Khan had filed a complaint about review and had sought from tribunal to review its own decision pertaining to a promotion decision. Wali Khan had filed a promotion case seeking tribunal’s directives about his promotion to upper scale which had yet not been granted to him by the board in violation of rules and regulations.

Meanwhile another bench of FST dated in office hearing on cases involving complaints about ‘promotion’, ‘implementation’ and ‘current charge’ filed against Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).

FST bench comprising Members Syed Rafique Hussain Shah and Dr Nazir Saeed would hear implementation case filed by Muhammad Slaeem, and another ‘current charge’ case filed by Iqbal Minhas.

The bench also heard some other promotion cases submitted by Sajjad Ahmed, Sohail Ahmed Qureshi, Sajjad Ahmed and others. They had filed cases challenging administrative measures taken by the board regarding promotion of appellants.

Through ‘promotion’ cases, the appellants had filed petitions carrying complaints about un-granted promotion by the board. They had prayed the tribunal to direct the board to award them their rightful promotion which they had not been granted despite serving for years at the board.

The appellants asked the tribunal to take notice of undue delay regarding their promotion by the board and issue necessary directives to the board in their cases.

The appellants had prayed the tribunal hold speedy hearing of their complaints and dispose them office at the earliest in order to bring justice to them.