Eight persons including a female of other provinces had reportedly passed CSS Exam in 2020 on Sindh urban and rural quota through fake documents
Sindh Courier Report
Karachi: Provincial Home Department has initiated the inquiry into cases of eight alleged non-resident individuals having passed Central Superior Service (CSS) Examinations of Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) in the year 2020 on fake Domiciles/Permanent Residence Certificates (PRC) of Sindh.
The inquiry has been initiated following the reports appearing on social media and other forums.
As a first step, the Home Department of Sindh government has approached the FPSC seeking the documents of eight candidates – seven males and a female, of other provinces having passed the CSS examination and got the jobs on Sindh domiciles and PRCs under urban/rural quota.
In a letter number SO (A)/HD/D-1/2021, dated June 23, 2021, signed by Section Officer (Admin) Waheed Ali Abbasi and addressed to the Secretary FPSC, Islamabad, Sindh Home Department has sought the copies of eight persons’ domiciles, PRCs and Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs), who are said to be non-residents of Sindh. “It has been raised on various forums in the province that the non-residents of Sindh are getting jobs on Sindh domicile/PRC. It has been pointed out specifically that the eight persons originally belonging to other provinces have passed CCE Examination/CSS through FPSC on Sindh Quota,” the letter stated.
The names mentioned in the letter are: Aslam Chaudhary, Kamran Ahmed Dev, Muhammad Asadullah Gondal, Awais Ahmed Brar, and Makhdoom Malik Sardar Ashraf, all the five having passed on Sindh Urban domicile for PAS Service, while three others having Sindh Rural domicile having declared pass are Raja Abdul Salam Khan Alsakhi (PAAS), Hania Sabeen Minhas (OMG) and Rana Zia Ur Rehman (PAAS).
Sindh Home Department in its letter requested the Secretary FPSC that the photo copies of the domiciles, PRCs and CNICs of the mentioned persons who took part in FPSC/CSS examination in the year 2020 should be provided at the earliest for further examination and verification from concerned issuing districts.
The copies of the letter have also been sent to Chief Minister and Chief Secretary while the individuals named in letter have also been directed to submit the required documents.