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FST hears number of complaints fled by FBR employees on Wednesday

FST hears number of complaints fled by FBR employees on Wednesday

ISLAMABAD: Federal Service Tribunal on Wednesday heard a number of complaints filed by employees of Federal Board of Revenue in recent months.

Two division benches of FST heard the cases carrying compliant about seniority, promotion and other matters.

Division bench comprising Syed Rafique Hussain Shah and Dr Nazir Saeed heard cases filed by Muhammad Nawaz Kiyani, Aftab Ahmed, Fakhr-e-Azam, Sami-ul-Haq and Noor Jamal.

Among the petitioners, Muhammad Nawaz Kiyani had filed a complaint regarding provision of special allowance. Aftab Ahmed had filed matter carrying matter relating to ‘seniority’; while Fakhr-e-Azam, Sami-ul-Haq and Noor Jamal had filed complaints on un-granted ‘promotion’ by the FBR administration. They had asked the tribunal to ensure their promotion at higher scales as per rule of department.

Hearing the aforementioned cases, the bench issued fresh directives to the counsels for provision of documents and details of similar cases.

Another bench of FST comprising Ishtiaq Ahmed and Javed Iqbal Kasi heard some other cases pending before it since months.

Among these cases, Muhammad Arshad had submitted a  complaint about ‘implementation’ over FST earlier given decision; and Shaukat Hussain had filed ‘complaints on ‘promotion’.

The benches, after hearing initial submissions, adjourned hearing of cases till next month. FST administration would set the new dates of hearing for the said cases.  The benches would resume hearing of said cases in coming week.