Relaxation in Lower Age Limit for Government Service

Mr. Justice Atir Mahmood in his judgment has decided the issue regarding relaxation in lower age limit for Government Service in Writ Petition No. 1794 of 2015. 1. Through this constitutional petition under Article 199 of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973, the petitioner seeks direction to the respondents to give 3½ years relaxation in Read more about Relaxation in Lower Age Limit for Government Service[…]

Higher Qualification of Eligible Candidates and Fundamental Rights

Mr. Justice Muhammad Sajid Mehmood Sethi in his judgment has decided the issue regarding higher qualification of eligible candidates and fundamental rights in Writ Petition No. 1803 of 2016. 1. Brief facts of the case are that respondent No.2 advertised 89-posts of Line Superintendent Grade-I in BPS 15 on behalf of respondent No.1. Petitioners, being Read more about Higher Qualification of Eligible Candidates and Fundamental Rights[…]

Recovery of Unsettled Amounts from Pensionary Benefits of Employee

Mr. Justice Muhammad Sajid Mehmood Sethi in his judgment has decided the issue regarding recovery of unsettled amounts from pensionary benefits of employee in Civil Review No. 764 of 2016. 1. Through instant revision petition, judgment and decree dated 18.11.2015, passed by learned Appellate Court has been assailed, whereby judgment and decree dated 18.10.2014 passed Read more about Recovery of Unsettled Amounts from Pensionary Benefits of Employee[…]

Statutory Body under Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Act, 1976

Mr. Justice Faisal Arab in his judgment has decided the issue as to what is a statutory body under Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Act, 1976 in Civil Appeal No. 908 OF 2012. 1. Telegraph & Telephone Department was originally a department of the Federal Government. Under Pakistan Telecommunication Corporation Act, 1991 (Act XVIII of 1991) the Read more about Statutory Body under Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Act, 1976[…]

Employment Benefits of Judicial Staff

Mr. Justice Dost Muhammad Khan in his judgment has decided the issue of separation of judiciary from executive and employment benefits of judicial staff in Civil Petition No. 2167 of 2014. 1. Petitioner Khan Toti along with 17 others and proforma respondents No.8 and 9 have questioned the legality, propriety and legitimacy of the judgment Read more about Employment Benefits of Judicial Staff[…]

Establishments & Cadre of Sindh Police vis a vis Seniority & Promotion

Mr. Justice Amir Hani Muslim in his judgment has decided the issue of establishments & cadre of Sindh Police vis a vis seniority & promotion in Civil Petition No. 493 etc of 2015. 1. These Petitions for leave to Appeal are directed against judgment dated 13.3.2005, of the Sindh Service Tribunal, Karachi, whereby 08 Service Appeals Read more about Establishments & Cadre of Sindh Police vis a vis Seniority & Promotion[…]

Application of Rule for Conversion of Minor Penalty into Major Penalty

Mr. Justice Faisal Zaman Khan in his judgment has decided the issue regarding application of rule for conversion of minor penalty into major penalty in Service Appeal No. 18 of 2011. 1. This appeal under Section 5 of the Punjab Subordinate Judiciary Service Tribunal Act, 1994 calls in question notification No.68/RHC/AD&SJ dated 28.03.2011 issued by Read more about Application of Rule for Conversion of Minor Penalty into Major Penalty[…]

Domestic Inquiries and Employees’ Right of Representation through Counsel

Mr. Justice Khilji Arif Hussain in his judgment has decided the issue of domestic inquiries and employees’ right of representation through counsel in Constitutional Petition No. 97 of 2014. 1. The petitioner served as Private Secretary in the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Through this Petition under Article 184(3) of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Read more about Domestic Inquiries and Employees’ Right of Representation through Counsel[…]

Principle of Master and Servant

Mr. Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan in his judgment has decided the issue regarding principle of master and servant in Criminal Review Petition Nos. 247 to 249 of 2011. 1. These civil review petitions have arisen out of the judgment dated 11.8.2011 of this Court whereby Civil Appeals Nos.239, 240 and 241 of 2011 were allowed Read more about Principle of Master and Servant[…]

Employees of Statutory Corporation and Constitutional Jurisdiction of the Courts

Mr. Justice Mushir Alam in his judgment has decided the issue regarding employees of statutory corporation and constitutional jurisdiction of the Courts in Civil Appeal No. 1519 of 2013. 1. This appeal by leave of the Court is directed against order dated 20.6.2013 of Lahore High Court, Lahore, whereby Writ Petition No.11584 of 2013 filed Read more about Employees of Statutory Corporation and Constitutional Jurisdiction of the Courts[…]