Balochistan High Court refers complaints against CTSP teachers’ merit list to commissioners led committees
Complainants directed to approach complaint redressal committees
The Balochistan High Court (BHC) referred 29 complaints against CTSP teachers’ merit list to complaints redressal committees (CRCs) led by divisional commissioners in the province. The divisional bench of the BHC comprising chief justice, Justice Jamal Khan Mandokhail and Justice Nazeer Ahmed Langove passed this order on various petitions filed against teaching and non-teaching staffs” merit list in Balochistan.
Tests and interviews were conducted in all 33 districts of Balochistan during 2019 for the recruitment of around 10,000 male and female teachers. Nearly, 100,000 candidates appeared in tests and interviews and merit list was displayed across the province.
The court disposed of all petitions and directed the complainants to approach district recruitment committees and CRCs for redressal of their complaints against merit lists in their respective districts. The complainants were directed to submit their complaints with divisional commissioners from 1st July to 15th of July and directed the concerned authorities to advertise this in media. Sources in BHC told the daily Quetta Voice that nine complaints were about teaching staffs’ appointments, whereas, 20 complaints were about non-teaching staffs’ recruitment in Balcohistan.
The Balochistan education department has already established seven CRCs to address complaints with regard to teachers’ appointments. Four members committees comprising commissioners, district education officers and others mandated to address the grievances within two months.
Nadir Chalgari advocate, Attaullah Langove advocate and other senior lawyers appeared before the court on the part of complainants.