KARACHI: The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah has expressed his grief over the sad demise of Pir of Ghambat Pir Syed Gul Shah. In his condolence message to his elder son Pir Syed Qurban Ali Shah.
The Chief Minister Sindh lauded the services of the Pir Sahib that he rendered specially for the betterment of poor people. He said that Pir Sahib had been remained as good parliamentarian and asset of PPP and added that the vacuum that is created by Pir of Ghambat Pir Syed Gul Shah couldn’t not be filled till long future. Expressing his sympathy with his elder son Pir Syed Qurban Shah, The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah prayed for the departed soul of Pir Syed Gul Shah that God may rest his soul in eternal peace and courage to his successors to bear the grief.
CHIEF SECRETARY SUSPENDS AIJAZ TALPUR
KARACHI: Chief Secretary Sindh with the approval of Competent Authority has suspended Mir Aijaz Hussain Talpur an officer of Secretariat Group (BS-20) with immediate effect.
CHIEF SECRETARY ORDERS REMOVAL FROM SERVICE OF DR. EJAZ A. MEMON
KARACHI: Chief Secretary Sindh Sajjad Saleem Hotiana has reiterated that there could be no compromise on negligence of duty, thus all civil servants must perform their duties devotedly and
Sincerely. He expressed these views, while presiding the hearing of the officers of Health Department, on Tuesday. The Chief Secretary issued orders of removal from Services of Dr. Ejaz A. Memon (Ophthalmologist, BPS-18), against his 11 years absence from duty.
The Chief Secretary also ordered for demoted of Dr. Rafiq Abro (Senior Medical Officer BPS-18) to Grade-17 for two (02) years, during which he has also bee restricted to issue medico legal certificates.
Two (02) Officers including Dr. Anwar Soomro (Senior Medical Officer BPS-18) and Dr. Rehana Soomro (Gynaecologist BPS-18), were issued warning on minor absence and late attendance.