Dawood Ahmed :

ISLAMABAD: National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) would launch the verification process of government employees recruited on Balochistan’s domicile certificates. Standing Committee of the National Assembly about Aghaz e Haqooq Balochistan decided to conduct verification of employees recruited on the provincial quota.

It was revealed that no recruitment from Balochistan was made in the National Assembly, Senator Secretariat, and other divisions during the last three years. The Committee decided to conduct verification of employees on the Balochistan quota. Bogus domicile employees should be exposed and brought to book, the Standing Committee directed.

Balochistan has a 6% quota in government jobs

The details provided to the Cabinet Committee by the Establishment Division in the initial investigation said that under the ‘Aghaz e Haqooq Balochistan Package’, all ministries have been directed to ensure that when recruiting from grades one to 22, Make six percent of this quota for people belonging to Balochistan and recruit.
According to the report of the Establishment Division, a total of 3049 persons belonging to Balochistan have been recruited in 54 ministries and agencies in the last three years. However, details of the grades of those recruited by the Establishment were not provided.
An interesting revelation in the report was that not a single person belonging to Balochistan was recruited in the three years of the present government in the Parliament, the National Assembly, and the Senate Secretariat which approved the Aghaz-e-Haqooq Balochistan package.

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