Quetta: Abdul Karim Nosherwani, Member of Provincial Assembly (MPA) from Kharan has requested Chief justice of Balochistan High court to take Sou-moto notice on dismissal condition of 65 Lady Health Visitors (LHV) in Kharan.
In a request published in a local newspaper of Quetta on Tuesday, Mr. Nosherwani urged Chief justice of Balochistan High court to intervene in the matter.
Over 7000 LHVs were regularized by Balochistan government but 65 LHVs of Kharan were not regularized. Those 65 LHVs will be dismissed and ruling National Party will recruit their own people on these positions, alleged MPA from Kharan.
The 65 LHVs being dismissed were working for last 15 years on work charge basis. “I condemn the steps taken by National Party to deprive poor women from their source of livelihood,” lamented Mr. Nosherwani.
Mr. Nosherwani has appealed to chief Justice of Balochistan High court to intervene in this matter and issue directives to regularize 65 LHVs of Kharan.
Rising number of complaints are coming on surfaces which blame National Party and Pashtunkhaw Milli Awami party of wrongdoings and irregularities, in recent months.
Published in The Balochistan Point on October 14, 2014