Doctor sent to compulsory retirement for long absence

Karachi: Chief Secretary Sindh Sajjad Saleem Hotiana has issued orders of compulsory retirement against long absence of a lady doctor of Health Department (BPS-18) Ms. Mumtaz Kazi who remained around two and half (2 ½) years absent and could not attend her duty, nor appeared for hearing despite various notices.

While hearing the cases of defaulters in his office, on Tuesday, the Chief Secretary also issued order for demoting Engineer Asghar Ali Shah of Works & Services Department from BPS-18 to BPS-17 for a period of 03 (three) years, on account of irregularities in the civil work.

Sajjad Saleem Hotiana has also ordered for stopping 01 (one) annual increments of Dr. Abdul Raheem, including granting his absence as leave without pay.

The Chief Secretary issued warning to Dr. Sardar Abbasi to remain careful in future, who had allegedly neglected a patient, in a situation when he was threatened by some aggressive attendants of a patient.

Dr. Farzana Yasmin, was allowed 03 (three) months period extension in her leave tenure on private affairs.

Additional Secretary Services Suhail Qureshi was also present. It may be maintained that all doctors and other officials were on Grade-18 posts.

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