ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court docket on Monday expressed annoyance over non-submission of required stories by all of the 4 chief secretaries in a case pertaining to job quota for the disabled individuals.
A two-member bench headed by Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed noticed that as to why not a contempt of courtroom discover needs to be issued to the chief secretaries for non-compliance of its orders.
Throughout the course of proceedings, representatives of disabled individuals, together with Muhammad Bilal, Dr Qayoum Naz and Muhammad Saleem, federal secretary for schooling and 4 provincial chief secretaries appeared earlier than the bench.
All of the secretaries submitted their stories earlier than the bench.
Nevertheless, after inspecting the stories, Justice Azmat rejected them, observing that the stories have been common in nature and didn’t include the required data.
The petitioners pleaded that the authorities have been displaying non-serious perspective in direction of the matter.
Justice Azmat assured them of the safety of their basic rights.
Subsequently, the bench gave every week time to the chief secretaries for submission of the stories on the matter and adjourned the listening to until third week of December.