Pakistan Railways sends 12 officers on forced leave on corruption charges

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At least 12 officers of Pakistan Railways (PR) have been sent on forced leave over charges of corruption and inefficiency.
Moreover, two people involved in theft of copper-filled bogies, have been arrested.
According to a private television channel, Pakistan Railways’ grade 20 officers sent on forced leave include the department’s spokesman Mohsin Yousuf as well. These officers have been charged with corruption and poor performance.
Furthermore, Deputy Chief Store and Purchase Fuad Cheema has been sacked from his office.

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  1. Why these officers are sent on forced leave and why a judicial action has not been taken against them??? Can someone please elaborate???

  2. yes the charges should be dealt by independent commision comprising of retired railwway officers of good repute and unbiased approach atleast retired from grade 21.the reason is that railway have branch politics

  3. Why these officers are sent on forced leave and why a judicial action has not been taken against them??? ATTAULLAH BALOCH RAILWAY WORKER UNION QUETTA

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