ISLAMABAD - To ensure transparency and uphold merit, the federal interior ministry has decided that Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) should be entrusted the job to make fresh recruitments in National Counter-Terrorism Authority (NACTA).
Federal Minister for Interior Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan had earlier directed to halt the recruitment process in NACTA and got cancelled the written examination for different posts after complaints of cheating and fraudulent activities during the assessment exam held at Liaquat Gymnasium, Islamabad, on September 1.
Acting National Coordinator NACTA, Haider Ali, while talking to The Nation the other day confirmed that recruitment process would be carried out by the FPSC. He said that the government had in principal decided to hand over this job to the commission.
A section of the press earlier had reported that the candidates, during assessment examination held by NACTA for 130 vacant posts including 34 officers in the authority, used cellular phone and other modern electronic devices to solve the papers, besides they copied answer sheet of one another. Some 5,000 candidates appeared in the assessment examination.