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Missing persons – SC calls minister, home secretaries, IGs

Missing persons – SC calls minister, home secretaries, IGs

ISLAMABAD – Expressing dissatisfaction over the progress so far made in the recovery of missing persons, the Supreme Court on Wednesday summoned the interior minister, provincial home ministers, home secretaries and inspectors general of police of all the provinces.
A three-member SC bench, comprising Justice Javed Iqbal, Justice Raja Fayyaz Ahmed and Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, heard the cases of missing persons one by one. The court observed that parliament should legislate to

CM takes notice of misuse of govt vehicles

LAHORE – Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has taken note of the fact that a number of retired officers are using official vehicles without authorisation while a large number of employees i.e. gardeners, drivers and police constables are also serving them. Similarly, the serving officers are using vehicles and services of such employees beyond their entitlement.
Punjab CM has directed that all administrative secretaries, heads of attached departments; autonomous,

Punjab chief secretary directs secretaries to consider doctors’ demands

LAHORE – Punjab Chief Secretary (CS) Nasir Mehmood Khosa on Monday directed the provincial health and finance secretaries to deliberate on demands of young doctors. A delegation of the Young Doctors Association (YDA) called on Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif a few days ago and presented their demands including a special pay package for doctors, pay protection and increasing slots for doctors on house job. The CM had constituted a committee consisting of all stakeholders to

Indo-Pak secretaries to meet on Feb 6

ISLAMABAD – The decision regarding Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s visit to India will be made later keeping in view the outcome of the meeting of the foreign secretaries India and Pakistan in Bhutan early next month, Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit said on Saturday.
The foreign secretaries of the two countries would meet on the sidelines of an upcoming SAARC Standing Committee meeting to explore ways to take forward the stalled peace process between the South Asian

Chief secretaries in court today for dykes’ breach

ISLAMABAD: All the chief secretaries will appear in the Supreme Court today (Wednesday) to submit their reports on unauthorized diversion of floodwater and the breaches allegedly made in the embankments of barrages and canals by influential people to save their lands.
A three-member Supreme Court bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Justice Tariq Parvez and Justice Ghulam Rabbani will hear the matter. The court had taken notice into the matter on the letters