KARACHI: Karachi Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) Wednesday filed a reference in Accountability Courtroom at Hyderabad in opposition to former Sindh Public Service Fee (SPSC) chairman Muhammad Hassan Bhutto, former SPSC controller examination Muhammad Umer Zaur and 18 beneficiary officers illegally appointed within the provincial authorities on the premise of fraudulent suggestion by SPSC in Mixed Aggressive Examination (CCE) 2003.
The accused individuals have been charged of illegally favouring candidates by recommending their names on the premise of tampering reply books, fraud, and depriving rightful candidates of their benefit.
The beneficiaries accused embrace 18 officers of gazetted posts, at present serving in Sindh authorities in numerous departments. Their appointments have been unlawful and legal as they have been primarily based on manipulation and tampering and enhancement of marks by forgery.
The NAB has initiated investigation in opposition to these officers on the directives of Sindh Excessive Courtroom.
NAB alleged that a number of SPSC candidates who failed in multiple topics have been unlawfully favoured. They have been cleared for appointment on numerous posts together with deputy district officer income, part officers, registrars, labour assistant director and excise and taxation officer and lots of different departments.
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