KARACHI - AJamaat-e-Isalmi (JI) Karachi chief Engr Hafiz Naeemur Rehman has demanded of the government to ensure transparency in recruitment process against announced posts in various departments.
Addressing a press conference at the JI headquarters on Friday, the JI leader expressed severe reservations in connection with the recruitment process for 90,000 slots and demanded of the government to constitute a monitoring desk.
He was of the view that the proposed commission should comprise of senior judges, advocates, professionals, technocrats having fair career, and representatives of political parties so as to ensure transparency.
He demanded of the government to purge public departments of ghost employees before inducting more employees. He was of the view that recruitment process should be 100 percent crystal clear. He warned that no anomalies should be tolerated in this regard.
JI leader recalled that the track record of both Pakistan Peoples Party and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) was not shady but jet black.
He said that once again auction has been started for provision of jobs. He added that in past ministers of PPP had revealed anomalies in recruitment. Referring to a press conference of former education minister, he said that Pir Mazhar-ul-Haq was alleged of corruption in this regard by his own party leaders.
On the occasion, he announced that JI has already established an ‘employment oversee committee’.
He further said that according to his information, the announcement and other formalities were for consumption of general public while all other issues pertaining to the jobs have been settled among ministers. The JI leader also said that jobs should be provided in a transparent manner and rights of people in general and Karachiites in particular should not be usurped at any cost.
Engr Naeem also strictly criticized the provincial public service commission for its role in paving ways for corruption.
He also expressed his distrust over the institution and demanded of those in the corridors of power to get the state of affairs back on tract, in this regard.