CJP berates PIA, CAA for slow progress on verification of degrees

ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar Friday berated Pakistan Worldwide Airways (PIA) and Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) officers for lack of concrete steps in direction of the verification of levels held by pilots and cabin crew members.

A 3-judge bench headed by the chief justice, which took up in Could 2018 a case referring to allegations of pretend levels held by pilots of various airways, was knowledgeable that of the 498 pilots in PIA, the levels of 12 pilots have turned out to be faux. The deputy lawyer normal instructed the courtroom that disciplinary motion is being taken towards the faux diploma holders, with a CAA official saying that the licenses of pilots with faux levels have been suspended and the pilots grounded. Of the 1,864 crew members in PIA, 73 maintain faux levels, the deputy lawyer normal stated, including that the levels of 146 crew members are nonetheless within the verification section.

The chief justice questioned the necessity for an inquiry if the levels are faux, to which a PIA official stated that workers have been acquiring keep orders stopping motion being taken towards them. The chief justice assured the official that the courtroom would study the matter of keep orders.

The courtroom summoned PIA and CAA officers in addition to the heads of universities that didn’t present verification particulars of the levels. An entire document of pretend diploma holders was additionally summoned by the bench.

The chief justice regretted that neither PIA nor the CAA had taken any concrete steps relating to the verification of levels regardless of the courtroom having taken discover of the matter months in the past.

In response to a report submitted by the extra lawyer normal within the courtroom earlier, there are 3,667 pilots and cabin crew in all 4 native airways.

Printed in Day by day Occasions, December 8th 2018.

 

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