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Supreme Court (SC) invalidate more than 238 Jobs in EOBI

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Supreme Court (SC) invalidate more than 238 Jobs in EOBI

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ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan issued an order on Monday in which it is clearly mentioned that the Supreme Court of Pakistan has rejected more than 238 appointments in Employees Old-Age Benefit Institution (EOBI) and Supreme Court of Pakistan further issued an order to perform strict action against the responsible person for these appointments and the responsible person is the former premier Raja Pervaiz Ashraf’s son in law as executive of world bank. Case against these appointments was in hearing and on Monday finally Supreme Court of the Pakistan issued order against it and according to which all those appointments which was held by the son in law of former premier Raja Pervaiz Ashraf is rejected now.

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The case was hearing by two member bench which was headed by Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali and after the hearing heard about the Employees Old-Age Benefit Institution (EOBI) corruption case, the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) issued its short order in which SC clearly mentioned that, SC has nullified 238 appointments and order recruitment on vacant seats following rules and regulation and keeping in mind the quota on the posts.

Supreme Court further said that the Chairman (EOBI) is responsible for the next recruitment. If we read the short order detail than we got to know that SC also issued an order to take serious action against Raja Azeem Ul Haq who is the son in law of former premier Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, because he is responsible for all those appointments.

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  1. mehrose says:

    Is it confirm…. if it is so then what will b the next proxedure for those who have applied