Haleem appeal CJ Sindh to take notice of selling govet jobs

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The Central Vice President Pakistan Tehreek e  Insaf and Leader of the Opposition in Sindh Asssembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh, alleged PPP government of selling government jobs and appealed Chief Justice Sindh High Court to take notice of the issue.

Haleem Adil Sheikh, in a statement issue here on Friday, said that PTI would take up the issue in Sindh Assembly as it was severe instance of bad governance, corruption and injustice that a poor man could not get government job even in lower grades on merit.

Haleem Adil Sheikh said that serious incidents of spread of AIDS and dog-bite surfaced from Larkana and now balloting for distribution of government jobs of Grade 1 to 4 has taken place in the same city. A video that gone viral on social media clearly illustrated that service orders were being distributed among local party cadre through balloting, he added.

Peoples Party, in leadership of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto, used to start its good initiatives from Larkana but nowadays every mucky measure has been started from the stronghold of the party, he said adding that incumbent leadership of PPP was taking revenge from Zulfiqar and Benazir Bhutto by making Larkana starting point of every muddy action.

District recruitment committees- headed by concerned deputy commissioner- were formed for recruitment against vacancies of grade 1 to 5 to fulfill legal requirement but such committees were powerless as civil administration had been enslaved, Haleem Adil Sheikh observed.

PPP was misusing powers delegated under 18th constitutional amendment and either selling government jobs or distributing the same among the PPP officeholders, Haleem said and asked “How a common man can expect a virtuous step by the party that was violating merit?”

Issued By: Saddam Kunbher Spokesman opposition leader Sindh assembly.[7:33 pm, 08/10/2021] Akhter Rind2: Press ReleasePakistan Single Window enables Free Tax Number Subscription (FTN) on the PSW PlatformIslamabad, October 9, 2021: Pakistan Single Window (PSW) has expanded the scope of its recently launched ‘Subscription module’ to enable online subscription and customs registration of Free Tax Number (FTN) holders that include federal and provincial government departments, diplomatic missions, non-governmental organizations, public hospitals, universities, and research institutes etc.

The FTN holders are no longer required to visit Customs offices for obtaining WeBOC User IDs which are now issued electronically through the PSW platform.

The new system reduces the average time of customs registration from 10 days to few minutes and is integrated with NADRA, FBR, and other government databases for electronic validations and verifications. All FTN holders are requested to get themselves registered with PSW to avail online customs and regulatory clearance services as they become available on the PSW platform.

Member Customs (Operations) Syed Muhammed Tariq Huda noted the benefits of improved efficiency through time and cost savings and said he was pleased to see the PSW services now being extended to the public sector.

“Customs has always been at the forefront of reform and technology driven innovation in public sector and we are proud to be the lead agency of Pakistan Single Window.

Its full implementation will indeed transform how international trade is managed and regulated in Pakistan”.The Pakistan Single Window is an electronic platform which allows its users to conduct cross border trade and all ancillary activities through a single, online portal.

Once implemented, the PSW will allow parties involved in trade and transport to lodge standardized information and documents at a single-entry point for all import, export, and transit-related regulatory requirements.

The system is being rolled out in phases. In addition to the Subscription and Customs Registration module, PSW has begun integrating with Commercial Banks for real time exchange and electronic validation of financial information related to cross border trade.

Traders having accounts with banks integrated with the PSW system will not be required to submit Electronic Import Form (EIF) and Electronic Form for Exports (EFE) on each import and export transaction.

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