Wednesday, July 1, 2015

1,841 ghost employees in Karachi Municipal Corporation (KMC) education dept sacked

KARACHI: Sindh Local Government Minister Sharjeel Memon has fired the administrations of 1,841 apparition representatives in the training bureau of the Karachi Municipal Corporation (KMC).

The priest likewise suspended 37 town metropolitan officers and town officers for neglecting to store six-month points of interest of records of their individual towns.

Mr Memon told Dawn that with the sacking of an expansive number of apparition representatives, who were in distinctive evaluations from evaluation 1 to 17, the KMC would spare Rs600 million for every year.

In the second stage, he said, the phantom representatives from different bureaus of the KMC, locale civil enterprises and Karachi Water & Sewerage Board would be sacked and their rundowns were being arranged.

In light of an inquiry, he said that so far 56,000 representatives had opened their records with the Sindh Bank as per the new biometric framework, as after July 1 no worker of the LG establishment could draw his compensation from some other bank.

The pastor said that the representatives who neglected to get their records opened with the Sindh Bank would be sacked inside of a week or somewhere in the vicinity.

The 1,841 phantom representatives were enlisted in the KMC's instruction office in distinctive evaluations and notwithstanding rehashed cautioning they didn't report for obligation for long.

Mr Memon additionally guided the KMC overseer to present a report inside of 15 days about the enlistments of the apparition workers and about those officers who designated them so that arguments could be established against them with the opposition to debasement foundation.

The majority of the sacked workers were delegated as essential teachers. They were getting compensation frequently without performing their obligation lastly the administration chose to end their administrations.

Alluding to the end of 37 TMOs, the pastor said that they didn't consent to his requests with respect to saving the points of interest of six-month records of their particular towns.

Mr Memon said that he suspended the TMOs under the Removal From Service Ordinance, 2000 with the notice that they would be sacked if neglected to store the points of interest of the records.

Prior, he said, these officers were issued show-reason sees on June 22 and on June 27 for giving the records points of interest yet they neglected to do as such. They didn't present the points of interest lastly he had suspended them.

The suspended TMOs are: Amir Ali Bhutto (admn branch), Faisal Hasan Daheri (admn branch), Abdul Rasool Khoso (Sakrand), Syed Muhammad Ali Shah (admn branch), Mian Imran Andhair (Sualehput), Khalid Khan Kharoosh and Waqar Ahmed (Obaro), Syed Javed Hasan Shah (Pano Aqil), Agha Khaliq Ahmed Khan Durrani and Syed Ahsan Ali Shah (Sohbo Dero), Agha Amjad Ali Pathan (Ghari Khero), Manzoor Hussain Samejo, Gada Hussain Zardari and Shafqat (Jhaddo), Baghan Khan Nandwani (Tangwani), Liaquat Ali Bhatti and Abid Ali Khoso (Manjhand), Amar Lal Akarani and Ali Ahmed Magsi (Hala), Iqtedar Ali Jafri and Mehboob Ali Bariri (Shaheed Benaziabad), Abdul Hameed Shaikh (Diplo), Majid Anwar Sehar and Muhammad Ibrahim Umrani (Tando Adam), Waheed Panhiyar and Ejaz Ahmed Mallah (Mero Khan), Anisur Rehman Sayal (DMC-Korangi), Zahoor Ahmed Lakhan (Naushero Feroz), Syed Ejaz Ali Shah (Malir), Ayaz Hameedullah Baloch (Malir), Alamghir Junejo (Sanjharo), Mehtab Ali Khawaja (Samaro), Fayyaz Ali Shah and Syed Ali Haider Shah, Syed Ali Mughari, Zainul Abideen Malik (Kunri) and Azizur Rehman Tunio.

The clergyman likewise pronounced that the administration would not endure debasement and apparition workers in the nearby government division and each degenerate officer or worker would be reprimanded.