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FST rejects FBR plea seeking time to submit relevant record of employees

FST rejects FBR plea seeking time to submit relevant record of employees

ISLAMABAD: Federal Service Tribunal on Monday redirected Federal Board of Revenue about record submission as it had lastly rejected board’s plea seeking time to submit record on cases of implementation and promotion filed by employees of board.

FST division bench comprising Ishtiaq Ahmed and Dr Nazir Saeed; and Member Rafique Shah and Dr Nazir heard the cases filed by employees of Federal Board of Revenue.

FST division bench comprising Members, Ishtiaq Ahmed and Dr Nazir Saeed heard the cases about promotion. The bench directed the counsels to assist the bench on the cases with provision of further details of cases. The bench asked the sides to present the detailed archival record on the cases.

Inam ul Haq, Muhammad Moosa Jamali, Inayatullah Khattak, Dost Muhammad, Ajmal Khan, Muhammad Haroon Khattak and Wasat ullah Jaffari had filed the complaints.

As the arguments resumed, counsels from responding side sought more time. Upon this the bench rejected board’s plea and directed the counsels to submit related record at the earliest.

Member Rafique Shah and Dr Nazir heard five complaints carrying matter about ‘promotion’. Ghulam Akbar Chandio, Sohail Ahmed Qureshi, Sajjad Ahmed, Saleem Akbar and Ch Muhammad Aslam had filed these cases.

They had filed cases challenging administrative measures taken by the board regarding promotion of appellants. 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.