The Sindh High Court has extended its restraining order preventing the Sindh government from making appointments in over 140 departments and other bodies. The order was extended based on a lawsuit filed by the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan. The party alleges that the previous provincial government, along with its secretaries and autonomous bodies, unlawfully filled thousands of vacancies without following proper procedures. The party claims that government jobs were given to favorites and those with connections. During the hearing, a counter affidavit was filed by one of the defendants against the plaintiff’s application. The plaintiff’s lawyer, representing Dr. Farogh Naseem, requested an adjournment due to prior commitments. The next hearing has been scheduled for November 13th, 2023. The court order issued in August, which suspended all recruitment processes and withdrew advertisements, will continue until the next hearing.
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