SHC upholds ex- education director’s sentence


The Sindh High Court upheld on Friday the prison sentence of a former education director in an illegal appointment case.

An accountability court in Karachi had sentenced Mohammad Sajjan Mallah to nine years in prison for illegally regularising the appointments of 104 teachers in Sindh. He had challenged his sentence in the high court.

The NAB prosecutor told the court that a fine of Rs48 million has been imposed on the former director too.NAB launched an inquiry against Mallah in 2015.He had approached the high court seeking pre-arrest bail on June 23, 2015.


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