Supreme Court issues notice to pilots with fake degrees

Supreme Court issues notice to pilots with fake degrees

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) has taken notice of the case of pilots holding fake degrees and summoned the heads of PIA, Airblue and serene air at the next hearing. He directed to submit Rs 4 billion allocated for luxury vehicles in the Sindh budget to the Supreme Court.
According to details, a five-member larger bench headed by Chief Justice Gulzar heard the Corona Suicide Note case in the Supreme Court. The Attorney General appeared before the court.

During the hearing, the Chief Justice said, “I don’t know how the NDMA is working. The NDMA is spending billions of rupees here and there. I don’t know if there is any supervision over the expenditure of the NDMA
Justice Ejaz-ul-Haq inquired whether these medicines have been provided to public sector hospitals. Medicines are being used in government hospitals under the supervision of doctors? On which the Attorney General said that the audit of NDMA is done by the Auditor General of Pakistan. NDMA is playing the role of facilitator in ordering the medicines. The Chief Justice said that the drugs are coming and it should be approved by the Drug Regulatory Authority.


During the hearing of the Coronavirus suo motu notice case, the Chief Justice remarked that the country’s economy has completely stagnated, the health and education sectors have gone down drastically, innumerable graduates are unemployed, the government has no plan to expel such graduates. One lakh labor is coming back, there is no plan other than quarantine for 14 days, where will the government spend it,

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