MTI Tribunal stops action against clinical technicians

Humayun Khan

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Medical Teaching Institutions (MTI) Appellate Tribunal has stopped MTI from taking adverse actions against clinical technicians and nurses till disposal petition while adjourned further hearing till 6th February, on Monday.

The counsel for petitioner Javid Iqbal Gulbela Advocate appeared before the MTI tribunal while Zar Taj Anwar Advocate appeared on behalf of Muhammad Asif Yousafzai lawyer for MTI.

The petition stated appellants are the naturally born bonafide citizen of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and are fully and equally, on equality basis, entitled to all basic and fundamental rights as enshrined in the fundamental law of the land, interpreted, guaranteed and enforced by the laws and law courts of the land.

The superior courts of the land have always deplored, deprecated and discouraged unfettered exercise of discretionary powers vested in public functionaries. It is the cherished principle of law that where the law requires a thing to be done in a particular manner then that is to be done in that manner and not vice-versa.

Before going to vent out spleen upon the injustices metted out to the appellants in the form of providing illegal and unwarranted provisions therein it would be appropriate to laid down the relevant provisions of law. Section 16 provides for the service and career of employees.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa MTI Tribunal stopped competent authorities from taking adverse actions against applicants till disposal of the appeal while adjourned further hearing till 6th February.