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Lahore

May 20, 2017

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PPSC reply sought for abolishing special persons quota

PPSC reply sought for abolishing special persons quota

LAHORE

Justice Ayesha A Malik of the Lahore High Court on Friday sought reply from Punjab Public Service Commission as to why it had abolished quota for special persons.

A candidate Saira Hamid raised the issue before the court submitting that the commission had jobs quota for special persons which had been abolished. She said it was the violation of the Constitution.

She also said the superior courts had given a number of judgments directing to encourage special persons to utilise their abilities towards the society.

She said the LHC for such special persons appearing for competitive examination had held that educated special persons were the jewels of society and could not be left at the mercy of others and they deserved better facilities from the government.  She said the commission action was unconstitutional and it should be declared null and void.

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