PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa authorities has challenged determination of Peshawar Excessive Courtroom (PHC) to droop the notification of provincial Particular Assistants and Advisers, ARY Information reported on Friday.
The provincial authorities has filed two petitions within the excessive courtroom at this time looking for withdrawal of the courtroom’s determination. Within the second petition the federal government has pleaded for an early listening to of the case.
The petition mentioned that the federal government was not served discover within the first listening to of the case.
The plea argued that the provincial advisers and particular assistants have been appointed as per the structure and the legislation.
The excessive courtroom had suspended notification of their appointment on Thursday.
Provincial Info Minister Shaukat Yousufzai, responding to the courtroom determination had mentioned that the excessive courtroom has declared appointment of advisers and particular assistants as ‘unconstitutional’.
Yousufzai mentioned that the structure have room for appointment of 5 advisers, whereas the province has appointed three advisers.
“Advisers and particular assistants are additionally operating issues in different provinces,” provincial minister mentioned.
He mentioned the federal government was discussing authorized elements of the case with consultants and would reply after going by means of the courtroom’s order and grounds for the courtroom determination.
A two-member bench of PHC comprising Justice Ikram Ullah and Justice Rooh-Ul-Amin had heard the case.
Former deputy speaker provincial meeting Khushdil Khan had filed writ petition towards the appointment of particular assistants and advisers.
A notification issued this 12 months notified appointments of Ajmal Wazir, Ziaullah Khan Bangash, and Hamayatullah Khan as provincial advisers and Abdul Karim Khan and Kamran Bangash as particular assistants in provincial authorities.