Two CDA employees suspended for misconduct


ISLAMABAD: Capital Development Authority has suspended the services of two of its employees for acts of misconduct.

CDA member administration Muhammad Yasir Pirzada said that discipline in one’s job was a top priority and that employees who disrespected official norms would have to face disciplinary proceedings.

According to details, Maintenance-III Deputy Director Mushtaq Ahmad was suspended for not providing relevant records to an audit party. Similarly, water supply directorate’s tubewell operator Tahir Iqbal was suspended for his alleged involvement in a murder case. The suspended employees, however, are entitled to subsistence grant equal to their full pay and allowances which they were receiving before their suspension.