Tag Archives: Corruption

Jobs Are Being Sold In Balochistan: Supreme Court

Islamabad – Justice Jawad S. Khawja, Justice Supreme Court of Pakistan has said during a case hearing that presently the recruitment process in Balochistan is controversial and jobs are being sold. Justice Khawja made these remarks while hearing the illegal recruitment case in Balochistan filed by National Accountability Bureau (NAB), on Monday. Justice Khawja further said that nepotism and favoritism ...

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National Party Has Set New Records In Corruption: Molana Abdul Wasay

Quetta – Ruling National Party (NP) has set new records of corruption and bad governance in the province, said opposition leader in Balochistan assembly, Molana Abdul Wasay through his spokesman. “In the past National Part used to hold its congress session using donations and now they hold their sessions in five stat hotels of Quetta and Karachi,” said spokesman of ...

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Mysterious Negotiations On Rekodiq: Possible Irregularities?

Quetta – Mysterious negotiations taking place between Balochistan government and Tethyan Copper Company (TCC) have put serious question marks on the transparency of any potential Rekodiq deal. Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch along with his entourage is out of country for more than 10 days to negotiate an out of court settlement with TCC concerning Rekodiq deal. TCC was extracting gold ...

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CNICs For Afghan Immigrants: Two NADRA Officials Receive 21 Year Imprisonment Sentences

Quetta – Special anti-corruption court in Quetta has sentenced two employees of National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) Kashmore office 21 years behind bars, on Wednesday. Court headed by Judge Munir Ahmad Marri found deputy manager NADRA Manzoor Osto and Data entry operator Allah Baksh guilty of issuing illegal Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs) to Afghan refugees in Quetta. Both culprits ...

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Reforms In Private Education Industry Of Balochistan

Adnan Aamir The government educational institutes in Balochistan have failed to impart quality education. Consequently, private schools have been established to fill the vacuum. These private schools, to some extent, are doing a good job by providing quality education which is unthinkable for government schools. In absence of regulatory framework, the private education sector in Balochistan, like the rest of ...

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Quetta: Claims Of Good Governance Swept Away By Rainfall

Quetta – Non-stop rainfall on Saturday swept away the claims of Balochistan government to transform Quetta into little Paris. Rainfall started on midnight of Saturday and continued for 20 hours without any break. In aftermath of the rainfall, roads of Quetta presented the picture of foul smelling drains. Jinnah Road, center of Quetta city was completely taken over by the ...

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HEC And Balochistan Government Urged To Take Notice Of Massive Irregularities In UOB

Quetta – According to students and job applicants, University of Balochistan (UOB) administration is delaying recruitment process of lectureship vacancies due to nepotism. UOB conducted tests of recruitment of lecturers through National Testing Service (NTS), few months ago. The recruitment process has been delayed since then and it has given rise to serious suspicions of nepotism and irregularities. Vacancies in ...

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BHC Suspends Decision To Transfer Funds Of Agriculture Department To BDA

Quetta – Balochistan High Court (BHC) has suspended the decision of Balochistan government to transfer funds of agriculture ministry to Balochistan development Authority (BDA), on Tuesday. BHC gave announced this decision in hearing the case filed through petition by a citizen Darshan Kumar who was represented by Amanullah Kinrani advocate. Mr. Kinrani noted that Mr. Rahim Ziaratwal, current provincial minister, ...

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Rampant Corruption In Bureaucratic Structure Of Balochistan

Adnan Aamir Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif visited Quetta last week and announced a development package of Rs. 35 billion for the province. From the package, Rs. 5 billion would be spent on development of roads and sewage system in Quetta and Rs. 30 Billion on construction of dams in the rest of the province. Chief Minister Dr. Malik Baloch had ...

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Unfulfilled Promises: Earthquake Victims Of Awaran Still Await Help

Adnan Aamir The people of Balochistan are marred with all kinds of problems, ranging from the perpetually deteriorating law and order situation, to the massive load shedding of electricity. While the issues continue to pile on top of another, some say that Balochistan’s government is slowly losing its capacity to tackle them. While the reality is bleak for the average ...

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