Officials issuing fake jobs orders

Officials issuing fake job orders
Officials issuing fake job orders

Friday, May-03-2013

Suspecting veracity or genuineness, authorities of Sindh Prison department have refused to accept the job order of O.G warder (BS-05) distributed from Chief Minister House/Secretariat a few months back, sources told Business Recorder here on Monday.

In October 2011, Madad Ali, who belongs to Dadu, had got the job appointment order of O.G warder (BS-05) (prison department) for his son Asadullah from Syed Asghar Ali Shah, Technical Assistant to Chief Minister. However, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Prison department Hyderabad has not accepted that order and asked him to resubmit an application for the same job as the vacancies would be advertised very soon.

Talking to this scribe, Madad Ali said that he was a retired lower-grade employee of Agricultural Development Bank (ADBP) and was trying to get a job for his only son Asadullah. Ali, who was sitting in the cafeteria of Sindh Secretariat, said that he had received the job order of O.G warder (BS-05) (prison department) for his son Asadullah from Syed Asghar Ali Shah, Technical Assistant to Chief Minister Sindh.

Soon after receiving the order, he rushed to the office of Dr Captain Ashiq Ali Memon (Retd), Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Prison department, Hyderabad but he refused to accept this order, he said. Ali said that he had contacted Asghar Ali Shah a number of times but he also appeared helpless in this regard.

However, Inspector General (IG) Prison Police Ghulam Qadir Thebo has termed the job order as fake and said that it had become normal routine as the officials posted at the Chief Minister House were distributing fake job orders on a daily basis.

Talking to Business Recorder, he said that he received such orders daily but he was compelled and he could not stop this false practice of cheating being made with innocent people. However, Minister for Law and Prison Ayaz Soomro said that these orders were issued on the directives of former minister prisons which were totally illegal. Courtesy Business Recorder

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