September, 22, 2023
Government Takes Swift Action Against Employees || Asia cup

Government Takes Swift Action Against Employees || Asia cup

Action against government employees within 2 years of retirement minutes . The purpose of PEDA law is to achieve the goal of good governance and self-accountability Action against Chief Engineer Afzal Anjum’s Violation of the PEDA Act, Supreme Court.

ISLAMABAD (Jehanzeb Abbasi, Hasnat Malik Departmental action against any government employee can be taken within two years of retirement. The Supreme Court issued a five-page detailed judgment written by Justice Musrat Hilali. It should be clear. Afzal Anjum was posted as Chief Engineer in Rawal Dam Division, Islamabad. The Punjab Irrigation Department issued a show cause notice to him 3 years after his retirement minutes, alleging irregularities and malfeasance. The Inquiry Committee in November 2020 suggested that Rs 55 lakh be withdrawn from the pension of the Executive Engineer. However, in February 2022, the Service Tribunal quashed the departmental order and ordered payment of pension and benefits. The court declared that there was a question before us whether departmental action could be taken after three years of retirement minutes or not. Under Section 21 of the PEEDA Act, 2006, departmental action can be taken within two years of the date of retirement. The Supreme Court in a judgment has laid down the principle that the purpose of PEDA law is to achieve the goal of good governance and self-accountability among public servants. This law applies to the serving and retired employees, against whom action has been taken within one year of retirement. The said employee retired on January 10, 2017, while the departmental action against him was started on February 24, 2020, which is a violation of the PEDA Act, 2006, hence the appeal against him was rejected.

Asia Cup, Pakistan Pacers beat Bengal Tigers. For Pakistan, Imamul Haq played an innings of 78, Mohammad Rizwan remained unbeaten on 63

Karachi (Sports Desk) In the first match of the Super 4 stage of the Asia Cup, Pakistan defeated the Bengal Tigers by 7 wickets. Could only add 3 runs, Mushfiqur Rahim 64, and captain Shakib Al Hasan resisted 53 runs, Haris Rauf 4 and Naseem Shah took 3 wickets. Pakistan achieved the target of 63 balls at the loss of 3 wickets, Imam-ul-Haq played an inning of 78, and Muhammad Rizwan remained unbeaten on 63.

Banks allowed to set up exchange companies Capital requirement 50 crore Franchise can merge with another company if conditions are met in 3 months: State Bank

Karachi (Business Reporter) Bank Daulat Pakistan has decided to introduce fundamental reforms in the sector of exchange companies. Leading foreign exchange banks will be able to form exchange companies to meet the legitimate needs of the public. Existing exchange companies and their franchise branches will be merged into a single category of exchange companies. Which will have a fixed scope. The minimum capital requirement for other exchange companies has been increased from Rs 200 million to Rs 500 million. ‘B’ Category Exchange Companies (ECBs) and Franchise Branches of Exchange Companies are offered the following for conversion into full-fledged Exchange Companies. Category ‘B’ exchange companies can obtain the status of exchange company after fulfilling the requirements within three months otherwise the licenses will be canceled. Franchise branches can merge with another company or sell their business to the respective franchisee after fulfilling the rules within three months. For this, category ‘B’ exchange companies and franchise branches of exchange companies will submit the conversion plan and obtain permission from the State Bank within one month.


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