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NA Official Terminated from Service, Another Suspended, 17 Demoted Over Recruitment Irregularities

ISLAMABAD: An official from the National Assembly has been dismissed, another suspended, and 17 employees demoted due to various irregularities.

Sources revealed that this decisive action was taken in response to persistent irregularities in both recruitment and promotions within the lower house of parliament. The scrutiny and subsequent measures reflect an ongoing effort to uphold integrity and transparency within governmental operations.

Chaudhry Mubarak, the special secretary, has been terminated from his position after a thorough investigation, sources reported. This dismissal underscores the serious nature of the offenses and the commitment to addressing them decisively.

“The Speaker has also suspended Additional Secretary Yaseen Saleemi following an inquiry,” sources stated. This suspension is part of broader efforts to hold every official accountable and ensure adherence to procedural norms.

Additionally, 17 officers who were illegally regularized have been demoted and returned to their previous contractual status, according to sources. This reversion aims to correct the administrative discrepancies and restore order. Some officials who were initially hired as managers have been demoted to the position of deputy managers, reflecting a realignment of roles based on merit and proper documentation.

Sources indicated that several employees of the National Assembly were recruited without proper documentation and academic certificates, highlighting a significant lapse in the hiring process.

Previously, the National Assembly Secretariat issued notices to employees who failed to register their biometric attendance, which is mandatory for all officers and employees as per the Speaker’s instructions.

Show-cause notices were issued to 90 employees who were not registered in the biometric system of the NA Secretariat, reinforcing the importance of compliance.

Sources also mentioned that the Speaker received a report indicating that ghost employees were receiving salaries without attending the office. To address this, the Speaker directed the enforcement of biometric attendance, ensuring accountability and proper workforce management, sources added.

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