Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Order restraining inquiry into Mardan varsity extended

PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court on Wednesday augmented a stay request against the request of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ehtesab Commission into distinctive managerial matters of the Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, including arrangement to diverse posts.

A seat containing Justice Irshad Qaisar and Justice Roohul Amin Khan likewise asked the commission's chief general and executive (examination) to submit remarks about the request of Abdul Wali Khan University's enlistment center against the request.

At the point when the seat started hearing into the request, responsible for the college's legitimate cell Mian Saleemur Rehman and treasurer Mohammad Tariq said amid past listening to a month ago, the court had looked for remarks working on it yet they had so far not been recorded.

They asked for the seat to expand the stay request issued a month ago.

The seat chose to dismiss the listening to requesting that the commission record remarks on the appeal.

The commission was likewise advised to keep up the present state of affairs on the request until the following listening to, whose timetable would be settled later.

The candidate has guaranteed that verging on indistinguishable request was dispatched by the National Accountability Bureau Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which had still been in advancement, so the ehtesab commission couldn't accept locale for the situation.

The NAB Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had begun a request a year ago subsequent to accepting grievances with respect to claimed arrangements on political premise in the college.

The candidate said after NAB had taken cognisance of the matter, the college got a letter from the KPEC on Feb 2, 2015, looking for the same data, which was given to NAB.

He said the KPEC sent letters to him on Feb 6, Feb 12, Feb 18 and Feb 23 for the same.

The candidate said the commission without deciding its locale in the matter had been wrongfully and unlawfully pestering the applicant.

He said the demonstrations of the commission were infringing upon Section 35 of the KPEC Act under which if a government office had expected locale in a matter, the commission must counsel with the elected office before beginning its request.