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The defence minister clarified that no financial cost was borne by Pakistan on account of the deputations.
Among the local chief executives whose deputations were withdrawn were: Zamboanga del Sur Gov.
Twenty more local government officials have been stripped of their deputation by the National Police Commission (Napolcom) after they were linked to the drug trade.
Besides this, Senate Standing Committee on Justice has already started probe against the appointments on deputations in NAB.
AS doctors posted in rural areas of Jammu and Kashmir are leaving their rural posting through deputations for government medical colleges, based in Srinagar and Jammu cities, the health secretary of the state on Saturday said the situation in rural health centres and district hospitals has reached a " bleeding point".
Such practice of deputation should not be allowed in any case in view of decisions of apex courts as deputations are checking the way of the promotion to the original employees of any department whereas deputations' main purpose is to mint money and get more and more financial and other benefits.
Time will be set aside for a question time and the hearing of deputations from members of the public at the meeting at 6.
He said that Supreme Court had taken a suo motu notice against the illegal appointments and deputations in the Bureau and constituted a committee to probe the matter.
He said that the apex court had already given a verdict against appointments on deputations.
The earlier guidelines restricted external deputations to " registered societies or trusts or foundations or non- profit organisations or NGOs or cooperatives" and " apex bodies of industries and commerce".
The apology was submitted before a three judges bench headed by Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali during the hearing of a contempt of court notice against former caretaker premier Mir Hazar Khan Khoso for transfers, deputations and appointments in bureaucracy during his tenure.
ISLAMABAD -- The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its judgment in a case regarding postings, appointments, deputations etc by the interim government and stated it would pass a short order in the case on June 10.