LARKANA: 2007 test passed candidates on Tuesday took out protest demostration and appealed chief justice of supreme court for appointment of successful candidates in Excise and Taxation department waiting for a long.
The successful candidates outside Larkana press club chantanded slogans for appointment orders in the Sindh Excise and Taxation department imediately because they are still waiting for their rights.
The successful candidates Mukhtiar Siyal, Fayaz Ali Shah, Nalay Mitho Merani, Noshad Solangi, Gulam Mustafa Bhutto and others demanded that Sindh high court Sukkur had directed the authorities in 2011 for appointment of successful candidates within month but they are still waiting for jobs.
The unemployed successful candidates have appealed the PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Sindh chief minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and others to mercy on their families to offer them jobs.
KARACHI: To celebrate the international week of French language and of French speakers the Alliance française de Karachi,in collaboration with the Consulate General of Switzerland and the Consulate General of France, organized “Soirée Francophone Franco-Suisse” on March 21. Mr. Philippe … read more
KARACHI: The inauguration of Bashir Dawood Transplant Operation Theatre Complex was held at Suleman Dawood Transplant Centre, Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT). Dr. Adib Rizvi Director SIUT, while welcoming the guests, highlighted the SIUT health facilities. He said that … read more
KARACHI: Deputy Inspector General of Police Training, Sharjeel Kharal said that gender equality is more than a goal in itself adding that it is a precondition for meeting the challenge of reducing poverty, promoting sustainable development and building good governance. … read more
LARKANA: Chairman Sindh Amn Committee (SAC) Zulqarnain Siyal has said that the s service is a great source of inspiration and satisfaction. The Chairman SAC Zulqarnain Siyal in an interview expressed that thier organisation it’s good efforts of peoples to make … read more